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ILLIO UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS VOLUME SIXTY-SIX 1959 




CONTENTS 





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UNIVERSITY AND ADMINISTRATION 

ATHLETICS 

ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 

RESIDENCES 

SENIORS 

CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 



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FIFTY-NINE 

ILLIO 

Mark Templeton . . . Editor 

Gant Rednion . Business Manager 

Betty Blewett . Associate Editor 

Mary Lou Bush . Associate Editor 

Pat Ciadin Martin . Associate Editor 

Nicholas Carra 

Associate Business Manager 

Pat Clover 

Associate Business Manager 

Lowell (irifhlh . CMiiel Photographer 

Roy Hlavacek 

Assistant Photo Clhiel 

Mike Chesler, Ken Pawula . Artists 



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The UrbaiKi c;inij)UN ;ii its extremities is 1.12 miles long and 1..12 miles witic. Presently, 
there are 171 huiklings on a total ol 177.79 acres. .Moie than L'O.ltOO people inhal)ii the endless 
rows ol concrete, brick, and steel. When classes change at ten minutes to the hotu-, there is a con- 
stant stream ol seemingly impersonal laces ol facility, students, and administrators. In this great 
University, each lace is a transient, noted by the relentless punch ol a monster IH.M machine; each 
is reduced to a number and a card. 

\'et, the Unixersity is not an inanimate colossus. It is something moie than just buildings 
and electronic brains. It is a connnunity ... a community ol people. It is a conununity existing 
lor a specific purpose: to educate those who come to its doors to i)ecc)me responsible leaders in the 
world today, and to proi)e deeper into the unknowns ol the universe. The laculty, the students, 
and the administration are inseparably bound to tliis puipose. Each group of people is integral 
to the other; the community cannot exist and fulfill its ])urpose withotu all three groups. 

As in any community, life in the University is a nuxiurc of moods and actions. There is 
conformity and apathy: "conformity to that whi:h is tiivial and apathy towards that which is 
meaningful." There is relaxation and pleasure through participation in the many social events 
and extra-curricular activities. Rut, because of the purpose of this community, there is also dedi- 
cation and hard study: dedication to one's profession and hard study for knowledge. 

Although the structure of the University community is unique, in one aspect it is similar to 
other communities: there is always a search for the Ultimate. On campus, some consciously or 

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unconsciously search for it on the social ladder, the ])arty circuit, or in the alcoholic atmos- 
phere of a nearby pub; others search through discussions in the secluded and dimly lighted corner 
of a coffee shop; others, who realize the true signific ance of the University, look for it in the lab- 
oratory, in the library, and in liie house of worshijj. 

All these things are part ol life in a University community; and yet, some ol ihem are elusive 
and often forgotten. Here, the eye of the photogia|)her captures the fleeting moods of students, 
laculty, and administrators as they live the year 1959: the laughter of students enjoying their 
"formative years" . . . the tensions of the mind when exams hang ominous in the air . . . the 
frowns of "piiilosopheis" and "politicians" in heated discussion . . . the solitude of a dedicated 
individual engaged in a struggle with the unknown . . . the quiet hours .when rellecting about 
the dreams of tomorrow. This is an intimate glimpse of a ccMnmimity and its people. . . . 




Every university community is built around a center of information Ours, the largest state university library in the United 
States, has a total ot nearly 3,866,000 volumes. This number grows at the rate of approximately 200,000 volumes each year. 



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Old Bevier Hall, now the English Building, was constructed in 1905. At the present time it houses the Dean of Women's 
office and the English Department. The majestic white columns, typical of Georgian architecture, glisten in the morning sun. 



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The huge beams of ttie hine and Applied Arts Building loom up near Huff Gym. It will provide space for art and architecture classes. 



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The muddy, planked walk over the steam tunnel construction area 
caused many slips and falls for students during our drenching rains. 



Across from the law building, grassy areas are torn up as 
workmen and surveyors continue their construction. 





174 buildings 

are not enough . . . 

the University community 
is always expanding. 




The first half of the new Physics Building slowly takes form. Construction 
was planned to allow the addition of another part in the near future. 



Heaps of clay, marked by the enormous tires of machinery, now stand on the old parade grounds and athletic fields behind Huff Gym. 














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We live^ work^ and learn 
within the concrete^ 
brick and steel . . . 




The bell that once called students to chapel, and the clock that used 
to be hand-wound are class gifts now in the Union tower. They once 
were located in the two towers of University Hall which stood just 
south of the present Union. The face of the clock has been re|uve- 
nated by a ceramic engineer to prevent wear and discoloration. 



Hundreds of tiny tungsten filaments produce a striking effect during darkness within the modern, newly finished mens residence halls. 



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The eye of a camera on a stairway in the new band 
building captures a design in perspective. 



669 women live and study in Allen Hall. The residence hall was built 
last year to accommodate the increased enrollment of women. 



The new physics building on Green is to be used principally for advanced courses. Facilities include laboratories, offices, and a library. 




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Altgeld Hall, built as a library in 1896, was turned over to the College of Law in 1925. 
The building was officially named Altgeld Hall in 1955 and given to the College of 
Liberal Arts and Sciences for the Department of Mathematics. 



The chimes of old "Library Tower' 




The tower has not been changed although 
the building has seen two additions. 




A stone marker just north of the tower 
reveals that the bells are a class gift. 




Far below the enormous bells is the key- 
board used only on special occasions. 



Professor Robert Gray, assisted by Ber- 
nard Steinberg, plays the chimes. 



mark time for us. 




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The home of ROTC hosts our registration and athletic events. 




Since the Fall of 1955 the Armory, containing one of the largest indoor tracks in the country, hosts registration each semester. 



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And so we lose an ancient friend. Never again will the Ma-Wan-Da plaque 
hang there to pay honor and recognition to the male leaders of the campus. 



Never again will the gigantic tree shade the roaring, cheering mobs of a pep 
rally. Never will the sheltering branches entice the weary student. 




Yet, we lose 
something familiar . . 



with the fall 

of the Ma-Wan-Da tree 

goes a rich tradition. 







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What grows up must come down, even at the ex- 
pense of our shade. Returning alumni sense the 
loss of the famous campus landmark. 



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Still life continues, and some things never change 




A bit of the humble found among the proud . . , the Morrow plot, 
established in 1876, is the oldest soil experiment field in the country. 



The gifts of other generations grace our campus, and 
many are as practical as they are attractive. 





Lorado Taft's Alma Mater; "To thy happy children of the 
future, those of the past send greetings." 



Dodging through crowds, lounging on the steps of the 
library . . . who can say that Ox doesn't own the campus? 




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September draws us together . . . 




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The IBM cards make regrstration much easier for the administration, but 
somehow we still encounter the same frustration and discouragement. 




Freshmen, waiting for their physical exam before regis- 
tration, find a block-long line not too uncommon. 



. . . we are reduced to a number and a card. 



Classes begin soon after the expensive and tiring procedure 
of purchasing the necessary textbooks and supplies. 




For those who pre-register and then help with registration, or for 
those on the faculty, the week can be full of relaxation. 



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We move faster 

in the chill of the autumn air 





Cheerleaders make grim faces as one more fumble by the 
lllini makes a victory almost impossible. 




The first dance each fall of Chief llliniwek (John Forsyth i is at 
the pep rally before the season's first football game. 



A sign from a pep rally and street dance is most appro- 
priately trampled on the ground but goes unnoticed. 



With a turkey as first prize and contestants who will do anything to win, Turkey Run transforms the quadrangle into a three-ring circus. 




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The excitement of cheering crowds and the first football game starts the season off with high spirit and a desire for an lllini victory. 



. . . and our spirit 
of competition rises. 



Although the rules are more strict than in regular foot- 
ball, intramural football can be rugged and strenuous. 







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Pajama races are held annually by various groups of fraternities. 
Pledges do all the work — advertising and running the races. 



Onlookers, some dressed in pajamas, cheer their teams on in almost 
any kind of weather. Competition is always keen. 




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Before the big weekend, the entire campus is cleaned and made ready for the big 
celebration. Lawns are raked and welcome signs are put up to greet the alums. 



Earning a few extra dollars and a free ticket, 
students sell programs before and at the game. 




Still 

we concern ourselves 
with the tradition 
of homecoming . . . 



Barking over the PA system, Everett Kisinger 
directs the band at late afternoon practice. 



Elaborate construction and hours of work go into Homecoming decorations. 
To allow more visitors to view the displayf., pledges handle traffic control. 




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Traditionally, the Homecoming queen is presented and crowned on 
the eve of the game at the pep rally in front of the Union. 



Queen Liz Hamilton unfurls the flag of her school above the 
scoreboard during a cold and windy half-time. 





Michigan State is greeted by the Marching lllini in formation. 



Liz watches 





Even the young ones enjoy the excitement and noise at the game. . . . and hopes for a victory. 



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... and stunt show 
is a dramatic climax 
for an eventful weekend. 




Weeks of practice go into any stunt show, a winner or not. 
Each word, movement, and routine is perfected before finals. 



This happy fellow and his comrade try to trick Ali Baba and his 
forty-two thieves, but they receive the wrong end of ths bargain. 





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The winning production put on by Chi Omega and Kappa Sigma used an 
oriental twist to Cindsrella and was entitled "The Legend of Cindy-San." 




Costumes and make-up, essential to a good show and 
often elaborate, are furnished by each entry. 



The sweepstakes was held on Saturday evening and consisted of six finalists, the two winners from each of three groups of five shows. 




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The big dances 
offer us a pleasant 
change of pace . . . 



Beaux-Arts Ball was this year's version of the annual Panhellenic dance. 
During the evening an "Ideal Girl" from each sorority was presented. 



A sabre-arch, sparkling uniforms, and clever decorations distinguish the Military Ball. Sponsors are escorted through the arch. 




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A delicious box lunch with all the trimmings makes 
a date for the Plowboy Prom a most enjoyable one. 



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Behind the scenes of IF Ball, a photographer catches another kind of 
scene — one in the powder room of Huff Gym as girls "powder noses." 



A quiet break from the evening's festivities is taken by a couple at the 
Sno-Ball in the Union. The dance is sponsored by MIA and WGS. 




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A phone call 



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... and our memories 
are filled with evenings 
such as these . . . 




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with a show . . 



then a walk 



. . . and it ends too soon. 



But tired feet find no place among the pleasant memories 





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We're glad when Dad comes . 
and we re glad when he goes 




The Illinois marching band, mingling with students and 
Dads, enters Memorial Stadium for the Wisconsin game. 




To entertain Dad on his weekend, MIA and WGS sponsored Dads Day Review, "Advent Ages." The show 
had four acts and between-time entertainment, all performed by students. 





Miss Danny Newton sh(jwed extreme dexterity on the drums 
between %how"j and the audience requested an encore. 



The intrusion of civilization in the form of the "sack" causes the 
startled look during "The First Sin" at Dads Day Review. 



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The typical Dads Day Derby is supposed to be worn only 
by Dad, but once in a while exceptions are seen. 




For Dad the game i^ piobably the m^^i ^.-s^-iiing highlight of the week- 
end. For thirty-nine years a special game has been reserved for Dad. 




A Paris theme encompassed the Dolphin Show, "Bonjour Pierre," as members of the swimming honorary presented competition and comedy. 



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Winter brings both beauty ... and destruction . . . 









During final week on a Tuesday night, the worst ice storm in fifty years struck and crippled the Champaign-Urbana area. 



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Very few psople ventured outside after the ice 
began weighting down and snapping branches. 



Even humor found ifs place in the wake of the devastating storm. Alma Mater 
was covered with icicles the following day . . . and in the most unusual places. 




But beauty was found also. Altgeld Hall towar 
is seen through a mass of ice-coated branches. 





Nothing was untouched. Windows, car doors, 
and even hydrants were sealed by a layer of ice. 



The worst effect of the sleet was its damage to the tall trees. Their enormous 
branches crashed to the ground under the unbearable weight of the ice. 



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^ome of us display our command of science. 




ttracting visitors from other states, of all ages, and in many occupations. Engineering Open House fills an entire weekend during Mar 




ry departmsnt in Engineering and many individual groups prepare displays. Here, the public sees Chemical Engineering facilities. 



An awkward but accurate scale is demonstrated by the Civil En 
gineers. Weight is calculated by the deflection of the beam. 



Jience participation is encouraged by some of the exhibits. 
"Ghost Writer" reproduces writing on the screen. 






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Some of us have the added 
responsibility of marriage. 




To accommodate married students the University has 
temporary facilities housing over five hundred families. 




Dad must study but junior doesn't think much of books. 




A relaxing discussion after a delicious, home-cooked meal is worth the added responsibility of married lite. Apart- 
ments throut^hrjut Champaign-Urbana house those not living in the quarters furnished by the University. 



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Nothing deters us 
from living a full life. 





The Gizi Kids, belonging to the National Wheel Chair Bas- 
ketball Association, compete in national tournaments. 




Nothing is missing at a Gizz Kids game. The reassuring smile of 
one who's cheering and rooting for them is the only spark needed. 



In 1949 the University began its program for the handi 
capped. Now it owns two buses with hydraulic lifts. 





Bowling, golf, and football provide extracurricular activity for many 
of the 99 paraplegics enrolled in school. 



There are sixty-one ramps providing access to old buildings. 
All new ones are on ground level and require no ramps. 



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there is something 
greater than ourselves . . . 





Overflow of the overflow is a common occurrence at the late service 
of McKinley Memorial Presbyterian Church located just off campus. 
McKinley is one of the seventeen religious organizations and churches 
that give special attention to students. 






Every Sunday, masses at St. John's begin in the early 
morning in order to accommodate the large congregation. 




The central motif of the Jewish High Holiday Service is 
the sounding of the Ram's Horn. It is a symbol of God's 
redemptive role in history. The Ram's Horn recalls the 
redemption of Isaac in the 22nd chapter of Genesis. 




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The central point of the weekly Sabbath service at Hillel is the reading 
of the Torah, the scrolls containing Jewish scriptures and laws. 



Left: A Sunday sovicc at tJic LhiixJcrsity Lutheran ChalJcl, Missouri Synod 



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We also learn 

by working together 



International Fair, sponsored by the lllini Union, allows all students on 
campus to learn more about the background of foreign students. 




Counting ballots after Student Senate elections takes hours. Senators relax with cigarettes, soft drinks, and snacks. 



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At the World's Fair in Brussels, sixty-four members of our Men's Glee Club perform with the Smith College Singers. 



. . . during vacations^ 







During their two-and-a-half week trip to Europe this summer, the 
Men's Glee Club stopped in Munich, at the Hofbrau Haus. 




Entering Belgium for their nine day stay, the Glee Club went 
through customs. They visited five countries in Europe. 



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Costumes and accessories for the frequent University Theatre plays 
are entirely assembled and prepared by the student staff members. 



Backstage preparation for a theatre production can take 
as much time as memorizing lines for the leading role. 



. . . after classes. 



The University of Illinois' television staiion. WILL-TV, presents non-commercial programs every weeknight and often features students. 



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. . . and during 

the long hours of the night. 





At an outdoor workshop in the spring semester Mark 
gives pointers for 1959 ILLIO layouts to his new staff. 



House elections are often a long, tedious procedure for 
almost any organized residence on the campus. 




Early Saturday morning the Daily lllini "edit" board meets to discuss editorial policies and to formulate the sched- 
ule which will keep the staff members occupied long into each night of the following week. 



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The Wright Street stunts and celebration on Friday afternoon gives us a preview of the excitement that will be present in the evening. 





On S,i»urd.iy night the renter 'if .utivity is in the Armory 
where the booths are erected and the shows are given. 



The parade of floats through ihi' i.,iin()us on Saturday takes hours. A 
few students ride each float and perform the entire distance. 



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Kathy Manning stitches a sorority sister into her 
costume for the long and tiring parade. 




A dragon takes shape for the parade 
help of some string, wood, and napk 



with the 
ins. 




Last minute touches are given to the float to 
make sure the ludges see no bare spots. 



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Warm weather releases 
our spirit of Sheequon 



Sometimes work is done by other than students or motors. Here a team of white 
horses has been borrowed to pull the float through the streets of town. 





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Spring fever invades our community . . . 



In good weather one of the three University bands performs for about 
an hour on the steps of the Auditorium every Wednesday evening. 



As many take a welcome break from the books, the 
quadrangle is dotted with students during a concert. 





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The first bicycle race, sponsored by Delta Upsilon, was run during May last year. Its success will make it an annual spring event 



Because riders were to change at intervals, before the race the 
Betas developed this clever method of dismounting 



The winner, Lambda Chi Alpha, receives the first place 
rophy and a congratulatory kiss after the two-mile ride. 





Although the method was not always completely effective, it did 
manage to secure a third place and also some bruised knees. 




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A game of chess on the grass under the shade of a big tree is the perfect diversion from studying on an irresistibly warm spring day. 



It calls us outside . . . 



The Electrical Engineering Building with an antenna to receive 
waves bounced off the moon, is another subject for this art student. 



The hardest time to concentrate on books, but the easiest to 
concentrate on pleasure is at the first sign of spring. 





As long as it's comfortable and outside, a seat of any kind 
will be fine for studying for final exams. 




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Soaked to the skin from buckets of water thrown by shouting 
lobs of students, Dean Turner tried to quell the wild action. 



The explosion was not halted though Sheequon and a means 
of releasing our pent-up energy was the following evening. 



. . . and sometimes blurs our sense of purpose. 



»rics of "We want water!" rang through the streets as students with buckets and pails paraded from one side of campus to the other. 




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We also study beauty . . . 




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The annual Terrapin show, presented for visiting mothers, was entitled 
"Woodhues" and used forest animals as themes for the various acts. 



Waiting for their cues and catching their breati 
before the next performance, two Terrapins relax 



Once in a while the weather is miserable . . . 




The Mothers Day Ceremony, traditionally held outside in back of the Union, was rained 911I ,iiul luid to be moved to the Auditormnv 
The Mothers Day Queen and her court were presented, women's honoraries marched in, .md ilu- lllmi Mom was introduced. 



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le Mothers Day Queen selection is based on activities, grades, beauty, and personality. Here the queen Marilyn Ebel, is the third from the 
ft. Her court includes Barbara English, Shirley Moore, Gail Wonderlin, Jeanne Johnston, and Mary Adsit. 



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lAom enjoys herself. 





Sl|-Ai song practices occupied many evenings of the days preceding Mothers 
Da For thirty-three years the annual Sing has been presented. 



On stage to greet the queen were lllini Mom, 
Mrs. Frances Wild, and her daughter, Barbara. 



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Mom sees 
a bit of Broadway . . . 
our production i 

of Carousel is a hit. 



Joan Gutowsky as the delightful Carrie Pipperidge stopped the show during her 
performance of "When I Marry Mr. Snow." Anthony Thompson played Mr. Snow. 



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The music of Rodgers and Hammerstein enchanted the audience and the acting added a professional atmosphere to the Spring Musical 



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Without a mirror an actress would be lost during her backstage preparation of hair-dos. 



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The audience 

feels the impact 

of Rodgers 

and Hammerstein's 

music. 



Practicing in Huff Gymnasium, the cast members relaxed on the 
floor of the gym between performances of their parts. 




A rugged and impetuous man is ths carousel barker, Billy Bigelow, 
portrayed by Ewel Cornett. At first not enjoying the role of a 
family man. Billy is then elated to find that he is soon to be 3 
father. But Billy can't adjust to a life of hard work necessary to 
support his growing family So he resorts to robbery to get money 
for his coming child — and loses his life. Condemned to an eternity 
of polishing stars in Heaven, he is finally given permission by the 
kindly, elderly starkeepcr to return to earth for a short while to 
try to give a liftlc happiness to the daughter he has never seen. 




The Starkeepcr, played by Walt Draper, stands ncor tli- 
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ilie Jordan, effectively handled by Carol Walker, is saddened by the sudden death of her husband, Billy Bigelow. Julie is comforted as 
arian Gronke, playing Nettie Fowler, sings one of the most stirring ballads ever written, "You'll Never Walk Alone." 



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We study 

in a variety of atmospheres 



Through a porthole of a door in the Union, 
we see students hard at work over textbooks. 





Sometimes we just can't study 



and other times the reward is worth the effort. 



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Going the wrong way on a one way street, a bicycle nddr receiveb a ticket )ust like a car would get. 



We learn by doing, and by doing again . . . 



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Veterinary Medicine students dissect many animals during laboratory 
hours. The College was recently established in 1944. 



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A mass of wires and intricate parts doesn't confu 
electrical engineering students during lab periods. 





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Prepared . . . 
or unprepared . . . 
we face finals. 




The radical change of h'fe for a week each semester during exam periods often causes 
a change of daily habits such as shaving and dressing. 



The last class before final exams has an ominous atmosphere 
as the instructors list the points the final will cover. 



Studying with someone else can be beneficial or it can be quite 
distracting. Many facilities encourage studying in groups. 





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FRED H. TURNER 
Dean of Students 



MIRIAM A. SHELDON 
Dean of Women 



Varied Services Are 
Rendered By Our Deans 



EDWARD E. STAFFORD 
Dean of Men 




To fulfill his resjjonsibility to the students — sucli ii 
the aim of each clean. Besides the duties immediateh 
sinrounding his own oHice, each dean has "extra-cinricU" 
lar activities," too. For instance, Dean Harrison is th(; 
adviser of Alpha Chron, a student honorary, while Deari 
Dowse serves as adviser to lorch, another honorary? 
And, any student can tell you that deans make the besi- 
judges. At least, it seems that each dean serves his turn 
at contest judging somewhere along the line. More iiii 
portant, however, are the frequent staff meetings, sonu 
of which are pictured here. 



This office is the center of women's activities, where all coeds' 
receive the many services of the Dean of Women and her assistants 



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K. Patricia Cross 
Dsan of Sorority Women 



N;itiiiall\. aii\ jol) iiivohing so man) people is not 
■asy, parlic'ularly on a campus as large as ours. Hul our 
leans cannot be accused ol doing anything but tiieir 
)esl, whether it comes to screening petitions for all 
ocial events, which is the duty of the Dean of VV^omen's 
)ffire, or helping a student with his individual problem. 
S'o, the job isn't easy, and deans are often sidjject to 
larsh criticism for their stands and viewpoints; yet, in 
he long rini, we usually find that they were right. It 
vouid be didicult lor our University to function without 
he manv services of the deans. 




Eldon E. Park 
Dean of New Students 







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Robert W. Gulp 
Dean of Independent Men 



Charles E. Warwick 
Dean of Fraternity Men 




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Dean of Independent Women 




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Dean Turner outlines some important ideas to two of his assist- 
ant deans, Robert A. Schuiteman, Dean of International Stu- 
dents, and Vern J. Hampton, Dean of Student Activities. 



Ann J. McNamara 
Dean of Freshmen Women 





Dorothy Rae 
Assistant to the Dean of Women 



E. E. Stafford, Dean of Men, finds time in his busy schedule to 
listen to the problems of students and give them advice. 




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100 a Administration Building is one of the most bustling rooms on our campus. An appointment with a dean may often result in a trip to 
the ever busy Ad Building, but neither the deans nor the staff are ever too busy to help the students with their problems. 



Calvin S. Sifferd 
Dean of Residence Hall Counseling 



Eunice M. Dowse 
Dean of Residence Hall Counseling 



John R. Griffin 
Dean of Student Employment 




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Food Tech offers vast resources in this booming curriculum. 



Active South Campus 



The rate ol living on this old earth is rapidly gain- 
ing speed, but the progress of the University is right 
along beside it. Down on South Campus in the Col- 
lege of Agricidture things are "busting out all over." 

Louis B. Howard, who is now dean of this college 
which was an original luiit when the University 
opened in 1868, states, "In these days of great excite- 
ment about satellites and rocket trips to the moon, we 
must remember that there are imconcjiiered frontiers 
here on earth. None of these frontiers is more im- 
portant or challenging than the frontier of agricul- 
ture." 

Dean Howard is so right, for out of the Agriculture 
Cx)llege, which includes home economics, come nu- 
meroui careers. Business, research, education, exten- 
sion, and farming itself are the basic choices that an 
agriculture graduate has. Naming a few, the home 
economist might specialize in foods, textiles, child de- 
velo]jment, home furnishings, teaching, home manage- 
ment, or institiuicjnal management. The ag student 
finds himself making a choice between ag economics, 
ag engineering, agronomy, animal science, communi- 
cations, dairy science, food technology, forestry, hor- 
ticidtine, or plant pathology. All reflect somehow on 
the cidtivation of our land and all are improvements 
for an increasing population. 



Vivian Larson demonstrates unique quantity cookery equipment. 



This foreign student helps fulfill the International Program. 





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the Agriculture Home 



Years ago it was Domestic Srieiue that the ambiti- 
ous girl came to college to study, but now it is called 
Home Econouucs. Not only the name has changed, 
but also the "meetin' house" ol this department. In 
1957 the new Uevier Hall was dedicated to provide 
more adecjuate lacdities than tiie "old Bevier," which 
is now the English Biulding. Every home ec graduate 
ot this decade wUl rememiier that she was one ot the 
first to use the electronic oven and to take the shine 
off the textile lab desks. 

All toasts can't go to the girls in Bevier, lor the fel- 
lows that labor in Davenport and Mumford Halls and 
in the Animal Science buildnig are coming forth, too. 
From Soiuh Farms this year came the winning Uni- 
versity of Illinois Livestock fudging Team. It was 
the first time since 1941 that the U. of I. had been 
champions at the International Livestock Exposition. 

The frontier of agricidture is imlimited. The re- 
sults from the college's extensive research program 
are made known by its Extension Service. Speaking 
internationally, in 1958 about 12 staff members spent 
time in other countries on assignments, while at the 
same time more than 200 visitors fi'om al)out 35 coun- 
tries came to the College to review its work. 




Top Coordinators are Dean Louis Howard and Dr. Janice Smith. 



Taking the first place trophy at the International Livestock Show this year were these proud livestock judging team members: W. W. Al- 
bert, Coach; Gary Peterson, Philip Phar, Roger Steiger, Richard Hughes, Don Pinney, Dale Helms, and Dale Hedrick. 





The University airport has many facilities and is still expanding. 



Larger Than Midway But 
Not Quite As Busy -Yet 



A lone liangar and a lew runways comprised all ol 
the facilities ol the University airport when the Insti- 
tute ot Aviation was lounded in the spring ol 194("). 
But the iatilities and services ol the Institute have 
(hanged greatly in the past twelve years. 

Leslie A. Bryan, the present director ol the Insti- 
tute, was appointed the first institute head and given 
the job ol building the program into what it is today. 

To the primary goal ot aviation instruction was 
added an aircraft maintenance course and then a pro- 
fessional pilot curriculum. These and additional ad- 
vances have gained a national reputation lor the In- 
stitute. 

The airport is larger in area than Chicago's Midway 
airport and busier than any airport in Illinois outside 
of the Chicago area. The completion of a new con- 
trol tower and the installation of new landing equip- 
ment will allow this area to be set up as an airway by 
the Civil Aeronautics Authority. These new facilities 
will allow the Institute to expand its already exten- 
sive research program and achieve e\'en greater success 
in years to come. 




Rjy Mcrtci of United Air Lines presents to Dr. Bryan a model of a Boeing Stratocruiser for tfie Institute's History of Aviation Display. 



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Much thinking goes on as an Executive Development Group 
meets and discusses pertinent problems. 



Commerce Gains Another 
First" in Advancements 



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A constant stream of students piling into or emerg- 
ing Irom David Kinley Hall, seemingly one ol the 
l)usiest buildings on campus, is the most commonly 
remembered pictiue ol the College ol Commerce and 
Business Administration. Now picture the same scene 
in 1867, the first year of operation lor what was then 
called the School ol Commerce, when only three 
courses were offered — and all taught by the same man. 

But with the years have ccjme |>rogress and enlarge- 
ment. In 19-18, nationwide lame came to the college 
when it originated the Bureau ol Business Manage- 
ment, the first program ol its type to be offered any- 
where. Today another "all new" curriculum has per- 
vaded the college — the Execiuive Development Cen- 
ter which, under the direction ol Prolessor Robert 
Seymour, went into its first year of official operation 
this year after several years of experimentation. With 
the goal of fjetter training of those adults having some 
managerial experience, the college, through its new 
program, has seemingly achieved another "first." 




Students work with many types of intricate business machines. 







A student gets aid from her adviser in planmrig her program. 




Students listen attentively to speaker at an education seminar. 



Students in the mathematics teacher training program learn to use an abacus and other calculating devices, both ancient and modern. 



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This student, like all education majors, continues her learning while gaining helpful experience through the practice teaching program. 



Enrollment Soars In College Of Education 



Does it sccin as though there are a lot more students 
these days who say they are in "Double E"? If so, it is 
because so many ol these '"EE's" mean Elementary 
Education. 

In answer to the great demand caused by an ever in- 
creasing enrollment in our nation's elementary schools, 
more and more young men and women are preparing 
themselves for teacliing careers. Tht' percentage of men 
and women in the field of EtUuation has increased 
nearly one liuirlied-ioid in liie past ten years. 

This increase is evitlent in the College of Education at 
the University of Illinois at both the Champaign-Urbana 
campus and Navy Pier. Eor the current academic year, 
there was an eighteen per-cent increase in enrollment in 
the College of Education with ninety per-cent of these 
students majoring in Elementary Education. The 1948- 
49 academic year saw only 1 3() students in Elementary 
iuhication as compared to the cinrent number of 1072. 

The other ten per-cent of students in the College are 
enrolled in education for handicapp:'d children and in 
other speciali/eil fields. Students preparing for careers in 
secondary etlucation comjjrise twenty-five per-cent of all 
the students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 
which works in conjunction with the C^ollege of Educa- 
tion lor the teacher-training program. 

So be it EE or Special Ed or Secondary Ed the Col- 
lege makes available its facilities and stutlent teaching 
program to all of tlie nearly 2()()() students enrolled. 



Grin and bear it is the motto in an elementary ed science lab. 




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Russian Visitors and Open House Highlight 




Dr. Lebedev and Dr. Atroshchenko of Russia are directed 
through a laboratory by University Professor Radzimovsky. 



William L. Everitt, Dean ol the College of Engi- 
neering, was one of eight outstanding American En- 
gineers chosen to go to Russia last November on an 
Exchange program sponsored by the American Soci- 
ety for Engineering Education. The group visited 25 
teaching and research institiuions in Moscow, Lenin- 
grad, Kuibyshev, and Frunze. Interestingly enough, 
about one third of the total enrollment in the schools 
of engineering in Russia is feminine. 

In return, a group of prominent Russian Engineers 
visited the University of Illinois campus in February, 
1959. They were taken on a general tour of the cam- 
pus and particularly the Engineering Campus. The 
visiting delegates, Vasiliy I. Atroshchenko, Pantelei- 
mon D. Lebedev, Aleksandr B. Davankov, Ka/imeras 
M. Barshauskas, and Nikolay P. Bogoroditskii, were 
all impressed witli the engineering program here at 
the University in spite of the fact that it diftered 
greatly from the Soviet Engineering Program. It 
seems that the Russian engineers adhere to strict spe- 
cialization especially in the glamorous fields of engi- 
neering such as rocketry but are not quite as expert in 
some of the other engineering fields as are the Ameri- 
can engineers. 



Students gain practical knowledge as they conduct experiments in the many well equipped laboratories in the College of Engineering. 




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Year For Engineers 

or all ihe new and (liUciciU things the Russian visitors 
saw while at the University, one that made a very big 
impression was the caleteria at MRH. They were 
ama/ed at the great, huge kettles in the shining kitchen. 

Oin- own engineering students, however, set up some 
shining examples ol their own. Under the guidance ol 
exceptionally capable instructors and with the aid of the 
extensive and well stocked laboratories, the students are 
well trained in the engineering field and are motivated 
to extend their studies botli individually and in the 
graduate fields. 

There are also many extra-curricular activities for the 
engineers in atldition to the campus activities. One such 
activity is the student magazine, the Illinois Techno- 
gidpli. But the biggest engineering event on campus each 
year is "Open House" at which time the engineers open 
their doors to the public to demonstrate the interesting 
new developments and advancements that have occurred 
during the past year. Along with Engineering Open 
House goes the traditional campus-wide St. Pat's Ball, 
which is sponsored by the sixteen student professional 
Engineering Societies. 




Dean William L. Everitt as he appeared in Red Square in Mos- 
cow. In the background is part of the Kremlin and Lenin's tomb. 
Incidentally, the Dean's hat came from Champaign. 



These students are working on a problem in the "EE" Power Lab. 




A Civil Engineering instructor decides to hold class outside. 




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New FAA Advancements 
Bring More Distinction 



New and startling — that is the best way to describe 
the latest ad\ancement made by the College of Fine 
and Applied Arts, an advancement which slioukl 
lascinatc those interested in electronics as well as those 
who have a liking for art and music. Electronic Music 
is the name of the new phase. The Universitv of Illi- 
nois is one of the few schools to devote much serious 
study to the development of this totally new method 
of music production. Heading the venture into the 
unknown is Professor Hiller, formerly of the chem- 
istry department. 

The School of Architecture, also under the auspices 
of F. A. A., is one of the two oldest schools of architec- 
ture in the nation, \ying onh with M. I. T. as to age. 
Actually, both were begun around the same time, but 
neither will admit that the other is older. At any 
rate, the University of Illinois did offer the first de- 
gree in architecture. 

Besides age, the School of .\rchitecture offers some 
other distinctions. For instance, this school is by far 
the largest architectural institution found in the 
country, ^vith one-tenth of all architectiue education 
held here. Undergraduate students come from all over 
the Avorld to make up the total enrollment of 700. An 
interesting sidelight is the fact that, besides our own 
state, Wisconsin has by far the largest representation. 

"Who has an elevator key?"' is about the most com- 
mon question echoing along the green, scribbled-on 
walls of the Architecture Building where students are 
always eager to escape the long climb up the build- 
ing's steep, winding staircase. \\ itliin a ie^^■ years, 
however, the completeh modern new Fine Arts Build- 
ing will draw the art students to their own center. 
They're hoping to fuul the stairs a little less steep. 

Another new building that has just passetl tlic ])laii- 
ning stage is the Crannert .\it Museum whidi will 
hold the college's ]iermanent (oilection of old mas- 
ters. Temporary e\hil)its :iiul c\liii)its of the Festi\al 
of Contemporary Arts will also li;i\e a place here. 

Hie Festival, sponsored e\ei\ two \ears b\ !•". A. .V.. 
was held iu Maicii ol litis \e;ir. litis e\iiH iiltiads 
creative ail in ail ol its iii.iiix (uiils |);iiming, music. 
s( iiipliiic. liu'iilic, iiteiaiiin'. and oliicis. 



From lush Oriental rugs to the luxurious furniture of the Home 
Show to modern paintings; all can be found in the art gallery. 



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Professor Zirner directs a University Opera Group rehearsal 





Tubes and fools surround a student doing graduate painting. 



Against a background of graphic prints scattered over the walls of the Illinois Street building, a girl operates the graphic press. 




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Mr. Gienn Hanson and his typography class view a linotype 
machine demonstration at the lllini Publishing Co. 



Once editor of two newspapers. Dean Peterson now heads Journ. 



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A camera man in action. This is just one of the sights often 
seen around the latest enterprise of the College of Journalism 
and Communications- the WILL television studio. 




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A companion to the television studio is the WILL radio studio wherr the University carries on its curriculum in radio and television. 
Besides offering the student a chance to learn "on the job" the studios also benefit and entertain the campus by their many programs. 



Journ Sponsors Cartoons^ Research Program 



Reniemljer the cutooiis on di,sj)I;iy in the library hall 
this lall? Many stuclent.s, cutting through the library on 
their way to and trom class, stopped to gaze at the polit- 
ically natured cartoons, and expressions ran Irom rather 
bewildered to downright appreciative. The work was 
that ot Daniel Fit/-Patrick, well known cartoonist for the 
St. Louis Post Dispatch. The black and white drawings 
were sponsored not only by the art department but also 
by the College of Journalism and Communications. 

Following the role of a constant sponsor, the )c:)urn 
school also played host again this year to hundreds of 
high school yearbook and newspa])er editors, dining the 
ainiual ISHSPA, a series of panels and talks concerned 
with high school publications. 

Research and exj^eriment are terms characterizing the 
latest projects of the college. Besides delving into the 
undoubtedly interesting problem of the confession maga- 
zine, the research faction o[ journ college is also gather- 
ing information to determine which method of mass 
media, such as television, magazines, and movies, best 
oHers the greatest dissemination on mental health. 

Also, this year and last, the college began a closed c ir- 
cuit television broadcast ot classroom instruction on a 
small scale, jjartly to relieve pressure on labs, but alscj as 
an experiment to determine what classes can be taught 
effectively by TV. 

"Look to the future" might well be the password of 
the College of Journalism and Connnunications. 



A different angle of WILL-TV — a panel as seen by audience. 




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Law students engage in a mock session of a trial. This modern courtroom is |U5t like the ones they will use in their future practice. 



Law School Has Many Activities And Traditions 



In the 62 years since the College of Law was founded, 
activities and traditions have phiyed an important part 
in the training of its students to become able lawyers, 
judges, legislators, teachers of law, and administrators 
in the government. 

One of the best examples ol its activities is the LAW 
FORUM, a magazine put out by the College with arti- 
cles on current legal problems. One section contains 
articles written by practicing lawyers and the other those 
written by students. In this form the magazine provides 
valuable information to the practicing lawyers of the 
state and also serves as an editorial tool for the students. 
Only students with a high scholastic average are ]X'rmit- 
ted to submit articles for the magazine. The ones who 
write the best articles receive the honoi ol becoming 
permanent members of the stall. 

Another important activity, Moot Coiul, isn't as 
strange as the name first sounds. It gives students valu- 
able experience with the procedure of an a])pellaie 
(oiMt. Ihis activity starts out as a recpiired course in 
(ouiiroom procedure for all freshmen. The top Hi stu 
dents in tiie class are chosen to try out for (he special 
"learn." Ilie lop four of these students are then picked 
i'» aiguc beloie tlie Supreme Court in the spring. 



The newly formed Prelaw Club is an activity on a 
slightly lower intellectual plane than the two mentioned 
previously. However, it should prove to be very helpfid 
as a means of ccmimunication between the under- 
giaduates interested in entering the College and the stu- 
dents enrolled in Law. It is an outstanding example ol 
the inciease ol extra-curricular activity which has grown 
fom to fi\e times since the College mo\ed into (he new 
building in 195.5. 

Aside from this increase ol exlra-curricidar aclivil\. 
old traditions have been maintained and se\eral ha\e 
been re\i\ed. One of these liaditions can be noticed on 
campus e\ery AVedncsday when the seniors in the Col- 
lege wear bowlers and carry canes. .Vnother iradiiion 
which is little known oiuside of the College is the prac 
tice of the students to clap each instructor oiu of the 
classroom at the ciu! ol the scmesiei to show their ap- 
j)recialion lor his insiiuction. This tradition indicates 
thai, although the Law students spend a lot of time on 
outside acli\ities, iluir priinaiv ciiorls are diiccled i<> 
waid theii academic c iassis. In this \\a\ their education 
emi)raccs nuic h moic th;in the nieic learning ol legal 
rules and lornnilas: it pro\ ides a ioundation lor iheni lo 
become leadeis in comnumilv ser\icc-. 



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It is located in the new Law Building where it is invaluable for training the students in the correct methods of courtroom procedure. 





Law students spend many hours studying in their own modern 
but quiet and well equipped library. 



An old law tradition is revived as Seniors sport bowlers and 
canes as symbols of their academic achievement. 



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Professor Theraid Moeller makes things interesting even at eight o'clock in ths morning as he lectures to a Freshman Chemistry class. 



New Dean And New Building Head The List 



Dr. Robert Beck conducts one of the many experiments in a 
Psychology laboratory with the favorite subject, a white rat. 



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Among the many progressive additions made by the 
College ot Liberal Arts and Sciences this year were a 
new dean and a new building. 

Dean Lyle H. Lanier, who was lornierly the head ol 
the Psychology Dejjartment, otti(ially took over his new 
post at the beginning ol the spring semester. He is now 
the head ol one ol the most diversified and progressive 
Colleges on the campus. Its departments and stall have 
won recognition and honors lor achievements in main 
(iclds to make it ranis, as one ol ihc lop L.\S schools in 
the country. 

i'he Cliemistry Dcpartnicnt .serves as an outstanding 
example lor illustrating some ol the honors and recog- 
nitions \\'hich are being conlerred on this college and its 
stall. Luchvig Frederick .\udrieth, I'rolessor ol Chemis 
try, was chosen as one ol seven outstanch'ng scientists 
which the .State l)e])artment is sending lo (ieinianv lor 
iwo \c.iis. lie will sciAc as ,i sciciuc acKisci to ihc .\mcr- 
icin ambassador in Bonn, (iermany. )ust this year Roger 
Adams, Prores.soi ol Oiganic Chemistry, who was lor- 
mcil\ a president ol liie .\merican Chemical -Society, was 
announced as the wiinier ol its Charles L.ilhrop Parsons 
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Dr. Lyie H. Lanier, former head of the Psychology Department, 
is the new Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 



Of LAS Progress 




Dr. Audrieth, Professor of Chemistry, is one of the seven 
top scientists named by the State Department to go to Europe. 



Recently another 1 11 in i chemist. Dr. John C. Bailar, 
was elected president of the Society and added his 
name to the long list ol Illini who have held this post. 
Carl Shipp Marvel, a research processor ol organic 
chemistry, is another former president of the Society. 
He is well-known for his work in the development of 
various types of synthetic rubber and is currently be- 
ing sponsored by the Air Forte, the Department of Ag- 
ri( ulture, the Quartermaster Corps, and the National 
S( ience Foundation in a research program on agricid- 
lural by-products. 

lo rate such honors antl recognition a college has 
to have a progressive academic piogram. In the spring 
semester of this year, LAS pa\ecl the way for increased 
])rogress when the new Biology Building was open for 
its first classes. This ultra-modern structure has the 
latest in laboratory and classroom facilities for ad- 
vanced scholastic and research studies. 

LAS students will not be the only ones tcj benefit 
from these to]) notch faculties and facilities. Students 
in the pre-prcjfessional curric ula of nursing, medicine, 
denlistry, veterinary medicine, law, and journalism, 
for which the College acts as a service unit, will get a 
better start toward their iin|)ortant careers. 




Speech students gain valuable training by listening to record- 
ings of their own voices made in the Speech Laboratory. 



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Charles Caveny, Dean of the Division for all of its 



years. 



Navy Pier Has A Unique 
Campus on Lake Michigan 



The ITniversity ol Illinois at Chicago has a history 
which no other University can claim. "Classes in a 
warehouse?" was the most connnon expression heard 
as the Cihicagoans reacted to the Navy Pier site se- 
lected tor the Chicago undergraduate division of the 
University of Illinois. In spite of all objections, the 
pier has served as a branch of the University for 12 
years. 

Students at the Pier can complete the freshman and 
sophomore curricidum in the Colleges of Liberal Arts 
and Sciences, Commerce, Education, Engineering, 
Architecture and Physical Education, as well as meet- 
ing the necessary requirements for admission to the 
professional Colleges and Schools of Medicine, Den- 
tistry, Veterinary Medicine, Law, Journalism, Library 
Science, and Nursing. The students also participate in 
activities in the form of athletics, the Pier Illini news- 
paper, the Pier Playhouse and various other organiza- 
tions. 

One day the site will again be part of a flourishing 
harbor, but now it is still a luiique campus on a lake. 



This is t-he 292 feet wide, 3000 feet long pier whose 20,000 Oregon timber pilines amolv support the Pier Illini on their way to classes. 




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Librarians are always helpful in finding that very needed book. 

New Stacks, Facilities 
For Library School 



Resources galore. Fortunate are the Ulini who have 
access to this 3, 800, ()()() vohmie library. It ranks third 
among all American universities, exceeded only by Har- 
vard and Yale. It is continually growing, too. }ust this 
year the library gained a new addition, primarily for 
stacks to accommodate these volumes and other items. 

Fortunate, too, is the industrious and intellectual 
library student that searches deeper into this library 
s(ien(e. He gains training lor numerous careers in all 
types ol libraries. The nature of his work Avill be wide- 
ranging and encyclopedic; thus, a well balanced l)ack- 
groiuid is necessary. 

Library Science is held in high esteem with all stu- 
dents. One of the first schools, it has been on campus all 
of this ceiUiuy and almost a decade of the last century, 
li is rather small, primarily because it deals mainly as 
a graduate professional school. Dean Robert Downs, 
whose work is carried on in a tiny, quiet part of the im- 
mense building, has been heri' loi fifteen years. 




The Library reading room is filled with students year around. 



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The fish stories should be good ones this coming summer for all of these fellows who were enrolled in this P.E. casting class. 




Illini Grove r. ,) ri.issroom for sliirlcnis in cimn founsclini 



Physical Ed Prospers 



From tlie bustling halls ol Women's (iyni, all ihe 
way over to the echoing soinuls ol Huff Gym, and even 
down to the English Ruildiiig where the splashes Irom 
the women's pool arc heard, (oine signs ol a busy 
Physical Ed Clollege. It hasn't been a college long, 
though. It was just in 1957 that this department, a 
school since 1932, became a college ol its own. At this 
time, Seward C Sialey, lormcrly known as "Director 
Staley." was ))romoted to Ocan ol the CioUege ol Phys- 
ical Education. Dean Staley states, "My chief interest 
is getting physical education majors out ol the gym 
and into the library, and getting all the other students 
oiu ol the library and into the gym." 

Located on the I', ol I. campus, this college, one ol 
<il)out Ic'ii in the I'nilcd Slates. cc)\ers a broad area 
with its li\c' |)ic)grains: (I) Ph\sical Education lor 
Men; (L') Plusical Education loi Women; {'}) Depaii 
uuiu ol Ihallh and S;ilc't\; (I) .i unic|ur Rehabili- 
tation Center: and {;")) a Rec ication School which 
claims the i.ugest enrollmeiu in the I'. S. I'imoiiiy |. 
Nugeiu supcixisc's the loiiilh piogiain which is c]uite 
ex lensi\ (• ,111(1 ,ui i .u is iii,m\ si ucicnis c oulmed to wheel - 
chairs, ihe eniollmciil ol liie ( ollege is ia|)icll\ iir 
creasing. 



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10 Years Of Success 



The C>()llege ol Veterinary AFeclidiie observed its 
first decade ol existence Sei)tenil:)er H), 1958, at a spe- 
cial convocation. State and University officials re 
called past accomplishments, outlined the luture, and 
explained the impact ol veterinary medicine on hu- 
man Avellare. 

President David 1). Henry pointed out that while 
most persons are aware ol the need lor having ade- 
quate numbers of trained people in the field, "veter- 
inary medicine as a science, related to basic research 
in many fields and to public health" is not as well 
known. 

Dean Brandly predicted that the college's second 
decade will .see large staff, enrollment, and facility in- 
creases for expansicjn of research and service programs. 

Although the college was established only ten years 
ago, a course in veterinary medical science was taught 
at the University as early as 1870, just three years after 
the institution was chartered. 

During its first ten years, the college has graduated 
201 doctors of veterinary medicine, and has cared for 
more than 32,000 small animal patients and 12,S,000 
big animals in its clinics. Its diagnostic laboratory has 
provided state wide service by examining more than 
882,000 specimens and performing nearly 50,000 au- 
topsies. 





Students take an active part in both the small and large ani- 
mal clinics examining patients and learning X-ray techniques. 



Vet. Med. problems are handled by Dean Carl A. Brandly and 
his secretary, Miss Carrie McGreevy. 




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DIVISION OF 
SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



F.A.BRIDGEWATER 
WraCTOB 



Dir. Bridgewater enters the division's tiny, efficient office. 



Special Services Division 
Is Unique and Individual 



"Something old, something new." Strangely enough, 
the Division ol Special Services fulfills both these de 
scriptions. A new program born to the Universit\ 
alter World War II in order to meet the needs ot re- 
tmning veteran students, its activities are being cur 
tailed, and alter 1960 it will be no more. It has come, 
has served, and is now approaching its demise. 

The division has characteristics all its own. It pro- 
vides aids and guideposts for the \eteran, man or 
woman, that help him plan an individual curriculum. 
This is for students whose previous training had not 
fitted them lor admission to the school of their choice. 
Director Frank A. Bridgewater says that what is so 
uni(]ue aboiu the program is that every student can 
more or less plan his schedule to suit his own special 
needs. Who said the University was too big to be per- 
sonal? 

The school's home is small but mighty. A couple ol 
cheerful rooms in 249 Armory wrap up the entire de- 
partment in one efficient package. The enrollment is 
small, thus this little space takes care of its needs. 



Art is one of the many majors included in the broad program. 



Surveying was the curriculum choice for this D.S.S. veteran. 




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University Extension Has 
Twenty-fifth Anniversary 



Silver Aiiniversary — th;it's the in;igi( word lor one part 
ol this University. The section is none other than the 
Division ol University Extension. 

By the end ot this year, the division will have com- 
pleted twenty-five years ol service to the University ol 
Illinois in fields ol correspondence courses, short courses, 
and conlerences. For the jjast c|uarter ol a century the 
division has been headed by the same man, Dean Robert 
Browne. Dean Browne is the only double clean on 
campus as he is dean ol the Summer Session, too. 

Something new has come to the division in the 
way ot an addition to Allerton Park, which has been 
maintained by I'niversity Extension lor many years. 
T^ie new addition, now known by the temporary title 
ol Evergreen Lodge, was ready lor use in mid-October ot 
this school year. 

An interesting fact concerning the division is that it 
employs no faculty of its own, but draws upon all other 
departmental teaching staffs of the University for its 
teaching faculty. 



Sfatewise, services of University Extension cover a large area. 





A talented high schooler receives some valuable hints from Mr. 
Wallace during an Extension sponsored summer art class. 



Dean Browne receives an award for his many years of service. 




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Products And Progress 
Stem From Grad College 



Students who go on to do graduate work become 
the experts in the fields ot education, industry, busi- 
ness, and government and in all other phases ot our 
national and international life. The Graduate Col- 
lege ot the University of Illinois is constantly enlarg- 
ing its programs to keep pace with the ever increas- 
ing demand for exjjerts in these fields. 

Some of the new programs recently established are 
in the areas ot nuclear engineering, biophysics, busi- 
ness administration, comparative law, finance, foods 
and niurition, linguistics, and radio astronomy. 

One of the most fascinating of the current programs 
is the construction of a new digital computer which 
will be able to make computations 100 to 200 times 
faster than our pride and joy, the Illiac. This project, 
as is the case with most graduate and post doctorate 
work, lequires much extensive research and hard 
work. However, the results of this work can be an ex- 
citing, intellectual experience which often leads to 
the discovery ot unmaj>ped areas ot knowledge. 




A chemistry grad student handles much intricate equipment. 



Working on one of the components of the new computer being built at the university are a research associate and a technical assistant. 




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Administrative 
Officials 





Lloyd Morey 
President Emeritus 



Gordon N. Ray 
Vice President and Provost 



Charles W. Santord 
Dean of Admissions and Records 



Orville S. Walters 
Director of Health Service 



Charles S. Havens 
Director of Physical Plant 









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Director of School of Social Work 



Martin Wagner, Director of the Inst, of 
Labor and Industrial Relations 



Gilbert Y. Steiner, Director of the Inst, of 
Government Ct Public Affairs 






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AMOS H, WATTS 
President 



JAMES G. THOMAS 
Vice President 



University of Illinois Foundation 



This organization plays a very important role, for it is 
a non-j)rofit corporation whose lunction is to encourage 
gifts for the purpose of assisting the general educational 
and research program of the U. of I. 

The Foundation has two main sources of revenue — 
the mini Achievement Fund, a little more than a decade 
old, and the corporation's endowment finid, organize the 
contributions. 

A wide range of opportunities for service to the Uni- 
versity and the state fills the Foundation's program book- 
let. An all important service is to provide thousands of 
dollars in grants which encourage research and aid staff 
members who have special training and talent in certain 
fields. 



Students, take note! Each year the Foundation pro- 
vides scholarships for students who need financial help 
to further their education. If a student is a scholastic 
whiz and has a definite financial need, then the Founda- 
tion is sure to help him out. 

Turning to another page of their program booklet, it 
is noted that another major division of this helpful cor- 
poration is its work on library enrichment. Not one or 
two, but himdreds of important collections have come 
to the University Library through the good deeds of the 
Foundation. 

Special projects, such as memorial funds, aid the 
treasury in fulfilling its goal of augmenting the laciliiics 
provided by University and state funds. 



HERBERT 0. FARBER 
Treasurer 



CHARLES C. DeLONG 
Assistant Treasurer 



JAMES C. COLVIN 
Executive Director and Secretary 



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OFFICERS 

Walter C. Leek President 

Stewart D. Daniels First Vice President 

Leslie B, Worthington Second Vice President 

Paul K. Bresee Treasurer 

Charles E. Bowen Executive Director 

Scott Tyler Editor, Illinois Alumni News 

Gene Vance Field Director 





Vv/alter C. Leek 



Charles E. Bowen 



The University Of Illinois Alumni Association 



Each senior in the June, 1959, gracUiating chiss at the 
University ol Illinois will receive a free two-year mem- 
bership in the Almnni Association under a new policy 
adopted this year. They will join the more than 19,0(10 
dues-paying members ol the Association, one ol the larg- 
est alimini organizations in the nation. Thus the seniors 
will become the newest members ol an Association which 
tor 86 years has been helping to build a greater Univer- 
sity of Illinois while serving its alumni and students. 

Through an elaborate records-keeping system the As- 
sociation keeps track ol more than 100,000 living Illini 
throughout the world. Address and biographical infor- 
mation on these alumni is available to all Illini. 



An extensive system of Illini Clubs, sponsored by the 
Association, brings Illini together in cities all over the 
country for fellowship. These clubs also bring the Illini 
together in an effort to cooperate on projects of assist- 
ance to the University. 

Eight times a year Association members receive the 
Alumni News, which brings them up to date on Univer- 
sity life and keeps them informed of the accomjjlishments 
of their classmates. 

1 he lUini Center in the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago is 
maintained by the Association in cooperation with the 
University. It serves as headquarters for all alumni in 
that area. 



Gene Vance 



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University of Illinois Board of Trustees 




6oard of Trustees: Wayne Johnston, Timothy Swain, Wirt Herrici<, Mrs. Frances Watkins, A. J. Janata, secretary; Kenney Williamson, president; Davia u. Henry, Uni- 
versity president; Earl Hughes, Harold Pogue, Richard Harewood, Howard Clement and George Wilkins. 



Four times a year, President Henry meets informally with the student leaders, who make up the President's Panel. Dean Turner and A. J. 
Janata also sit in on this give-and-take meeting. It's a real hash-it-out affair, for either side may ask questions of the other. 



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The Fighting lllini Live Up to Tradition 



In the year since the last Illio went to press the 
Illinois athletic teants have been quite successlul, both 
in the Big Ten and in National Collegiate Athletic As- 
sociation competition. The two teams that probably 
could be said to have done best were the fencing and the 
gymnastics teams. 

The fencing team, letl by Captain and two-lime All- 
American Art Schankin, paced l)()ih the Big Ten and 
NCAA competition as they captured first place in both. 
The gymnastics team compiled their ninth consecutive 
Big Ten title, anil then tied Michigan State for the 
NCAA title. 

Also outstanding among teant performances were 
those ol the track team. The team, which had been last 
in indoor track the year before, captured the Big Ten 
Indoor title; inspired by this \iclory, they continued on 
to take the Outdoor title. 

In wrestling, three points made the dillerence between 
first and second plate in the final standings; these were 
the three points that the lllini lacked. Also taking second 
in the Big Ten was the tennis team, the best the lllini 
netmen had fmished since ]9-l(). 

I he baseball team got oft to a cold stai t, losing five of 
its first nine games, but as the season progressed, the team 
started shc^wing much improvement. This improvement 
was evidenced by four victories in the last five conference 
games. The team ended the season in fourth place with 



a record of eight wins and six losses. 

The swimming team won ten of twelve dual meets, 
finished fifth in the Big Ten, and was seventh in the 
NCAA. The team was led by Joe Hunsaker, who won the 
individual medley in the NCAA. 

Rounding out spring comj^etition was the golf team, 
which had a record of seven victories and six losses, while 
finishing seventh in the Big Ten Meet. 

In the fall, despite a winning conference record, the 
F"ighting lllini ended the football season in sixth place. 
The mini's final position in the standings was not de- 
cided until the last game in which they beat Northwest- 
ern, and thus caused the Wildcats to fall into seventh 
place. 

In other fall athletic activity the cross-country team 
finished fourth in the Big Ten. As fall changed to winter 
another lllini team started making the headlines. The 
basketball team, which had not been given much of a 
chance in preseason predictions, soon prcned that they 
were to be feared. Even though the lllini finished in a 
four-way tie for fifth place, they were contenders for a 
second place tie until losing their last game of the season. 
T his year's team had a season shooting percentage of 
.108, the highest ever compiled by an lllini team. 

As can be seen, the 1958 Illinois teams certainly lived 
up to their name and tradition; they were certainly "The 
Fighting lllini." 



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Early in April spring practice begins. It is a period in which both the 
coaches and the players have many questions to be answered. 




The centers drill with the quarterbacks, while the rest 
of the team is spread around the field and are going 
through drills for their respective positions. 



The coaches watch the team perform in one of the many spring practice scrimmages. The remainder of the team waits on the 
sidelines for Eliot's call for them to show their respective talents. In the spring everyone gets a chance to prove himself. 




l.iily ill Afay, vvhilt' most fxciyone was talkiiit; 
and tliinkiiig about iKiseball, C^oacii Kliot liatl other 
thoiiglus going through his mind. Such thoughts 
as, will this player be able to play next lali, or will 
we have rephuenicnts lor those lellows who will 
have graduated i)y then? About the only way to 
(nid the answers to these (juesiions is through 
s|)ring practice. 

Spring practice ser\es to get players in conclilion 
and to laniiliari/e tiiein with some ol our basic 
plays. Tluoughout spring prac tice there are many 
scrimmages in which the coaches shilt the plavers 
around to get an idea ol what combinations niav 
be successtid in the lall. 

Two of the biggest cpiestions at spring lootball 
were, "Will we have a replacement lor Bobbv 
Mitchell who graduates in June?" and "VVhcj will 
be able to take over the cjuarterback position left 
vacant by Toni Haller?" Haller signed a profes- 
sional baseball contract making him ineligible to 
play in any collegiate sports. Trying to solve these 
and many other questions, the players and coaches 
worked long and hard throughout the spring. 



One of the main purposes of spring practice is 
conditioning which reduces the seriousness of 
injuries, but does not prevent them. 




SPRING PRACTICE ... Long and Hard Work 




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Pre-season practice ib bruught tu a close with a final scrimmage. 



FALL PRACTICE ... for the team and Block I 





Even Block I has pre-season practice. On the Sat- 
urday before the UCLA game the members of 
Block I were given instructions for the season. 



Rich Krcitling carries the ball in intra-squad scrimmage 
Unknown at this time, Krcitling was destined to become 
a candidate for All-American, and the first draft choice 
of the Cleveland Browns by the end of the season. 



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THE AWAITED DAY . . . Fumbles, Disappointment. 





Early in the season Coach Ray Eliot had 
four quarterbacks to choose from. John- 
ny Easterbrook takes his turn at running 
the team and proves himself a capable 
field general and ball handler. 



Fumljles cost the Illini their opener, 18-14, as U.C.L.A. 
scored two toiichdowiis on drives initiated by Illinois mis- 
cues, and a third on a 98 yard pass interception. 

The Illini were likewise handed six pcjints when Rich 
Kreitling recovered a U.C.L.A. Iiinible 1'^ yards ironi the 
goal. A 79-yard drive was needed to score the first Illinois 
toiuhdown, however, as Don (irothe sliced inside lelt end 
lor the final .HI yards ol the march. 

With only seconds remaining in the fourth cjuarter, a 
()8-yarcl ])lay to the U.C.L.A. 7 Irom Boi) Hickey to Rich 
Kreitling electrified the crowd. The Story of Illinois was 
told on the next play as the ball botmced magnetically Irom 
tlie hands of an Illini halfback into those of an enemy. 




Due to numerous injuries acquired in spring 
practice, Joe Krakoski saw limited action in 
his first appearance with the Fighting Illini. 



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In their second appearance the Fighting lllini 
seemed to run out ot gas, as they let a twice 
deleated Duke team edge them out 15-13. Al- 
though each team had the ball lor seven series 
ol plays, the Blue Devils scored twice, taking a 
hall time lead ol 15-0. The lllini ottense began to 
take shape early in the second hall as the Illinois 
eleven spiritedly drove the ball dee]i into Duke 
territory where L. T. Bonner bowled his way 
into the end /one lor the first score. 

Brilliant oftensive work by two sophomore 
backs paced the Fighting lllini in their second 
goalward punch. Sophomore halfback Dick 
j\I(Dade made two spectacular rims, and, al- 
though being covered like a blanket, managed 
to haul down a pass from quarterback Russ 
Martin to piu the ball on the Duke two yaril 
line. On the next play. Bill Brown powered his 
way across a heavily defended Duke goal line 
loi the score. 



Coming through! Halfback Joe Krakoski proves his abilities as 
he powers his way through Buckeye tacklers for a first down. 



This is an example of the rugged "Gang" tackling of the lllini 
in the Ohio State game. After the game, Ohio State's coach. 
Woody Hayes, was quoted as calling it "Dirty football." 



The lollowing Saturday, Coach Ray Eliot seemed to 
have a new team as the Flighting lllini battled the 
iavored Ohio State Buckeyes down to the wire, but 
the (lock ran out on the lllini with the score 19-13 in 
lavor ot Ohio State. Although the Illinois line was 
outweighed by an average (A 20 pounds per man, the 
lorvvard wall did a iremendous job of keeping the 
Buckeyes oiu of our backlield. At the end of the half 
iIk- scoie was deadlocked at (i-fi. The first lllini score 
came late in the second cpiarter after a 52 yard drive 
in seven plays which |)ui the ball on the Buckeyes' 
iliicc- \ai(i line. 1.. I . Boinici then raced thiough a 
hole in the (^Sl) line lor the score. A piece ol brilli 
aiu ollensive work by [oe Krakoski set up Illinois' 
second score. Ilic s()|)liomore hallback dashed 21 
yards to put the ball in Ohio State territory. 'Flic 
score came on a .37 yard pass from cpianerback Bob 
lli(kc\ {(> Krakoski who bulled his way U) liic l;(i,iI 
line ;il(ci bciiij; nipped up on ilie ten \ai(l line. 




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Formulaf-ing new strategy, Coach Ray Eliot peers intently 
as his team leads MSU 3-0 in the fourth quarter. The 
strategy was successful as two touchdowns followed. 



Captain Jack Delveaux played brilliantly as a fullback 
and defensive linebacker although hampered by a pain- 
ful knee injury throughout the season. 




Halfback Dean Look (24) of Michigan State is hit hard by lllini 
quarterback Russ Martin (10), causing one of several Spartan 
fumbles which thwarted their scoring drives throughout the game. 




"Ciive ;ill the tiedit to the line," was the cry 
Iroiii the lUinois locker room alter the Illiiii 
eleven trounced Michigan State 16-0 belore a 
jubilant Homecoming trowel ol 68,000. llie 
Spartans ran into a brick wall every time they 
tried a line plunge. 

Although MSU managed to .start three sus- 
tained drives, brilliant delensive work halted 
them short ol the JUini end zone. The only 
score in the first halt was a field goal by Illinois' 
Don Yeazel late in the first c^uarter. As the 
lourth (juarter opened, the Fighting lllini still 
led .H-0. Then Bruce Heckmann recovered a 
Spartan lumi)le on the MSU 28. 1 welve plays 
later sophomore lullback Bill Brown smashed 
over lor the score on a lourth-and-one play. 
The final score oi the alternoon came on a pass 
interception by cjuarterback Bob Hickey who 
snared the ball on the Spartan 35 and streaked 
into the end /one imtouched. Bill Brown was 
the oflensive spark as he rolled up i.-U) yards on 
rushing. His brother, fim, played ccjually well 
on delense. 



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With the twilight and cold setting in, from the top of a stand 
Coaches Fletcher. Eliot, and O'Connell watch and direct the 
team through new plays for the Purdue game. 



In spite ol ;i team tluil was fired up as a result of 
good showings in the two previous games, and with 
long, hard practices during the week, the Illini ran 
into something not to be desired at West Lafayette. 

Fumbles spelled lumiiliation and defeat for Illi- 
nois as they handetl Purdue an easy ,Hl-8 victory. 
Tu'o fmnbles in the first quarter by quarterback 
Bob Hickey set up a touchdown and field goal for 
the Boilermakers as they closed the quarter leading 
9-0. The Illini offense gained only four yards of 
rushing in the first quarter. 

Another Purdue touchdown and field goal com- 
bination left the halftime score at 18-0. Rainy 
weather ditln't bother the Boilermakers as they 
scored again in the third and fourth quarters. The 
lone Illini T.D. came on a drive from the Purdue 
46. Quarterback |ohn Easterbrook paced the drive 
with two fine runs. Marshall .Slarks then skittered 
three yards through the mud for the score. 



SOMETHING LACKING . . . Offense and Defense! 



Despite hard practices during the week, and spurts of outstanding play, such as this defensive ac- 
tion, the Illini couldn't muster much in the line of a serious attack against the rugged Boilermakers. 




mini cMul Ri(h Kreitliiig was the prime target ior 
Illinois (juarterbacks as he snared three passes good 
lor three touchdowns in a 21-8 victory over the Uni- 
versity ol Michigan. An uneventful first quarter lett 
the score 0-0. Early in the second period with the ball 
on the mini 17, (}uarterback. John Easterbrook zeroed 
in on Kreitling at the 45. Gathering in the perfect 
aerial, he outraced the Wolverine secondary the re- 
maining 55 yards (or the score. Michigan boimced 
i)a(k with a 7'^ yard scoring drive sparked by the bril- 
liant running of quarterback Bob Ptacek. With time 
running out in the second quarter, Illini quarterback 
Russ Martin hit Kreitling with a 16 yard pass, the big 
end just getting his foot inside the end zone before 
falling oiu of boimds. The half ended with Illinois 
leading 1.^-8. Early in the second half, Easterbrook 
again connected with Kreitling on a long aerial. The 
ace Illini receiver easily sprinted over for the score 
with Easterbrook running the extra point to round 
oiu the day's scoring. Action in the last half of the 
game was dampened by a constant drizzle which 
tinned the field into a quagmire by the fourth quar- 
ter. 

On the Satiuday following Illinois' fine showing at 
Ann Arbor, the Illini played host to the Badgers from 
Wisconsin before the Dads Day crowd. This week, 
however, the Illini weren't as successful as they had 
been the previous week. 

The spirits of the crowd matched the weather; both 
were cold and damp that afternoon. By the end of 
the game it coidd be seen through the fog and mist 
that the scoreboard at the north end of the stadiinn 
read: Illinois — 12; Visitors — .HI. 





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Typical of the afternoon, Wisconsin's Jon Hobbs (35) heads for 
the end zone after filtering through the Illini defense. The two 
Illini still on their feet are sophomore quarterback, Russ Mar- 
tin (101 and junior guard, Gerald Patrick (63). 



A sight that was familiar at all home football 
games was that of the cheerleaders leading the 
team back onto the field at half-time, where 
they were met by the Marching Illini. 



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Don Yeazel, junior tackle for the lllmi, tries for the point after 
touchdown, as quarterback Johnny Easterbrook holds the ball. 
Marshall Starks serves as an obstacle course for a Wildcat de- 
fensive player who seems desirous of blocking the kick. 



Coming to the aid of a trapped lllini ball carrier are sophomore 
fullback Jim Brown and junior guard Dave Ash (621. 





The pressbox at the top of Memorial Stadium was 
always a humming place on the afternoons of home 
football games. Here, standing in the pressbox, is 
Charles Bellatti, Director of Athletic Publicity. 



The fighting lllini did ;i line jol) ol laming the un- 
predictable Wildcats ol Northwestern 27-20 in a see- 
saw battle ior sixth place in the final Big 10 standings. 

The lllini eleven broke the scoring ice early in the 
second (juarter as runs bv Starks, Brown, and Easter- 
brook brought the ball clown to the N.U. seven, where 
(|uarlciback Easterbrook easily romped into the end 
/one. The |>ride ol Evanston bounced right back, and 
III U'li plays the score was tied. ()-(). Bruce Beckmann 
ilu'ii (anie into the spoilighi as the i)ig lllini end 
snared two passes, one lor a louclulown and a l.Sli 
lead. Back sprang X.l'. (piaiteibaek Dick Ihornton's 
crew as they i)n\vled iheii way to I.H-l.S halllime score. 

In the third cpiailei, an intercepted lllini pass sel 
ii|) tile Wildcats' last 1.1)., and .i '_'() I ;5 lead. The 
lllini, shitiked inio high gear, scored again on the 
eiloris ol Dick Mc Dade, |im Brown, |c)hnnv Easier 
iiiook, and Marshall Starks. Ilic poiiii allei touch 
down lailed and ihe lllini wcie in clci)l, L'O 10. The 
sDplKiinoic bac klield teaincd up on ihc iinal scoring 
dii\e ol ilie 1058 .season thai niii llie "ame on ice. 



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Top row: Coaches Steve Sucic, Burt Ingwersen, Mel Brewer, Ralph Fletcher, Chuck Studley, Chuck Boerio, Bill Tate, Head Coach Ray Eliot, Tommy O'Connell 
Fifth row: Jerry Parola, Jim Austin, Marshall Starks, Dave Cadwallader, Rock Sharer, Bill Brown, Ken Chalcraft, L. T. Bonner, Mel Lewis, Jim Buss, John Stapleton, 

Dick McDade, Bruce Beckmann 
Fourth row: Rich Kreifling, Dave Rewerts, Darrel DeDecker, Dejustice Coleman, Cliff Roberts, Lindell Lovellette, Ernie McMillon, Gene Carr, Steve Rothacker, Dick 

Anderson, Jim Entwistle, Jerry Wood, Joe Krakoski, Art Kaha 
Third row: Roland Pearson Larry Lavery, Bill Hemmer, Joe Rutgens, Don Bush, Pat Murphy, Denny Staub, Gary Hembrough, Ron Moody, Jim Beckmann, Russ 

Martin, Doug Wallace, Gene Cherney 
Second row: Don Yeazel, Bruce Dollahan, Ken Gehler, Joe Geraci, Pat Lennon, Ken Kraml, Bill Burrell, Jim Brown, Ron Nietupski, Rich Nietupski, Joe Wendryho- 

ski, John Easterbrook, Jim DiGirolamo, Dick Wooley, Jerry Oberndorfer 
Bottom row: Bob Lanzotti, George Brokemond, George Utz, Carl Johnson, Bob Allen, Bob Hickey, Gerry Patrick, Dave Ash, Jack Delveaux, captain; Don Grothe, 

Bob Henderson, Bob Salata, Dan Wile, Bill OfTenbecher, Ron Hill 



And what for next year? Ten ol the eleven positions 
could jjossibly be filled with retinning lettermen. The 
line, hardest hit by graduation, is expected to be sparked 
by guard Bill Btnrell, next season's captain. 

The backfield that perlormed so well against a rugged 
Norlliwestern team was composed entirely ol sophomores, 
including (juartcrback [ohn Easterbrook, hallbacks Dick 



AfcDade and Marshall Starks, and lullback )im Brown. 
Add to this, jiniior quarterback Bob Hickey, sophomore 
itdlback Bill Brown, both injured during the latter part 
ol the '58 season, and All American candidate Rich 
Kreitling. \Vith these and other retmiiing line men, the 
mini may well have one ol the most potent offenses in 
the Big 10. 



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For the freshman football team, the sea- 
son consists of practices and scrimmages 
amongst themselves and against the var- 
sity. Here the varsity, in sweat clothes, 
go through defensive plays as the fresh- 
men jog through various plays against 
different defenses set up by the varsity 




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Alter finishing eighth in the Big Ten last year, 
which was the poorest that an Illini (age team has 
clone in the eleven years Harry Ciombes has been 
coaching here, it looi<.etl as il Cloach Clonibes had 
quite a task on his hands to get the llHni back to 
the top. Akhough there were three regidars retinii- 
ing Irom last year's scpiad, it was very evident that 
tlie team would miss the services ol last year's cap- 
tain, John Paul; and ol guard Don Ohl, the third- 
leading scorer in the Big 1 en, who had had a sea- 
son average ol !!).() points per game. 

Retmning regulars Irom last year's scjuad were 
two juniors, Ciovoner Vatighn and Mannie }ackson, 
and one senior, Roger Taylor, captain ol the '58-'59 
squad. Returning lettermen included Bruce Bunk- 
enburg, Ed Perry, and Al Gosneil, all ol whom ap- 
peared capable ol cciming into their cjwn in the 
coming seascjn. 

The sophomore crop seemed to hold the answer 
to one ot last year's greatest problems; namely, a 
lack of height. From last year's freshman squad 
were its leading scorer in 6'7" John ^A^essels, and 
its honorary captain, ()' 8" Vern Altemeyer. These 
two men seemed to be just what Coach Combes 
needed. The question was, how long would it take 
to season these two to tlie rugged Big Ten compe- 
tition. 




A maintenance man is gifting Huff Gym ready for th3 fighting IHini's 
first gams with Butler, He must have done a good job in putting up 
the nets because the Illini won the game and set a new varsity record 
by hitting on fifty-six per cent of their shots. 



A Dark Horse... 

... or Were Pre-season Predictions Correct? 



During one of the many afternoon scrimmages that took place in Huff Gym before the season officially started, two players wait im- 
patiently on the bench for a chance to show their talents. In these practices Coach Harry Combes selects his starting line-up. 



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The only senior player on the starting five this season was 
Captain Roger Taylor. Here Taylor is attempting to stay in 
bounds despite the efforts of an lows player. His shooting 
accuracy made him one of the most important members of the 
squad because his outshooting kept the pressure off the front 
line when the lllini faced taller opponents. 



Ed Perry drives around an op- 
ponent for an easy layup in the 
College of the Pacific game. 
Perry, a reserve for most of 
the season, was instrumental in 
the winning of several games as 
the season progressed. 



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John Wessels takes a rebound from MSU'sj 
Johnny Green. Green, who scored 35 points] 
and made a tip-in with 1 1 seconds to go to] 
win the game for MSU, was the individual | 
star of the afternoon. 



Alter winning eight ol their first ele\en games, lhe| 
lllini found themselves tied for first place in the Big Ten; 
certainly a surprise when considering pre -season predic-j 
tions. The three losses the lllini had suffered were at the] 
hands of Marquette, Kentucky, and Michigan State; all 
ol whom were rated as t(jp teams in the country. 

After com|)iling this impressive record the lllini took' 
a break for finals and then took up competition against! 
Notre Dame after a twelve day layoff. Something hap- 
pened to the lllini during their layoff for exams, for theJ 
game against Notre Dame turned out to be the begin- 
ning of a five game losing streak in which the lllini j 
weren't able to do anything right. 

Then one Monday night, after having given a game! 
to Northwestern on the previous Saturday, the lllini sud- 
denly found themselves in the second-half of a game] 
against previously rugged Indiana. It was the same In- 
diana team that the week before had shattered Big Ten [ 
scoring records in their 122-98 win over Ohio State. But.j 
on this Monday night, only one week later, the Illinij 
came back from a thirteen point deficit at half-time to^ 
win the game 89-83; which proved to be one of the big- 
gest Big Ten upsets of the .season. 



The outstanding defensive player on the squad this year was Al Gosnell 
Here Gosnell drives around two MSU players on his way to a score. 




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Adding to the lllini's depth on the bench was junior forward Bruce Bunkenburg. Here he 
is unsuspectingly going up for a hook shot only to find himself sitting on the shoulders 
of a Butler opponent who had stepped under him while he was taking the shot. 



Jsing his most effective shot, the hook, I Mini center John Wessels 
?ludes Michigan State's Johnny Green for the score. Wessels' play 
vas another of the pleasant surprises for Coach Combes, who was 
incertain who would be his starting center when the season began. 





Michigan State's center, Johnny Green seems to 
be falling over backwards as he watches his shot 
fall through the net. Illini Al Gosnell, Roger 
Taylor and Vern Altemeyer look in amazement 
at Green's fantastic shot. 



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A shot of the lllini bench, possibly the most powerful in the Big Ten, which quite often addsd the necessary spark to save a game. 




Final Standings 

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Michigan Slate 12 2 

Northwestern 8 6 

Michigan 8 6' 

Purdue 8 6 

ILLINOIS 7 7 

Iowa 7 7 

Ohio Slate 7 7 

Indiana 7 

Minnesota 5 9 

AA'isconsin 1 13 



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Douglas Mills stands in Huff Gym where for eleven years 
he coached Illinois basketball teams before taking over 
the position he now holds as Director of Athletics. 




After the football season, Johnny 
Eastcrbrook brought his athletic 
prowess to the basketball court. 
He IS shown taking a |ump shot. 



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Top row: John Homeier, Bob Schmitt, Lou Landt, Vern Alfemeyer, Bill Mohlenbioik, Jim Dorris 

Second row: Lee Frandsen, Tom Adams, Bruce Bunkenburg, Ed Perry, John EasTerbrook, Manager Dick Ekin 

Bottom row: Assistant Coach Howard Braun, Govoner Vaughn, Mannie Jackson, John Wessels, Roger Taylor, Al Gosnell, Coach Harry Combes 



After snapping their losing streak against Indiana, it 
appeared that the Illini were back in stride and would 
end the season in second j)hice. Alter beating Indiana on 
their own court, the Illini came back to Hull Gym to win 
tlicir next two games against Wisconsin and Indiana and 
then returned to the road to beat Iowa. At this point, 
the Illini held second jjlace to themselves with only two 
games remaining; secontl place seemed quite assured. 
But, in basketball like all other sports, things have a 
quick way oi taking unpredictable turns, and that is just 
what happened to the Illini anil their visions of secontl 
place. Following their victory at Iowa, the Illini went to 
Midiigan. and this is where the iniexpei ted began. Be- 
fore the evening was over, the Illini had lost the game 
and found themselves in a six way tie for second jjlace. 
The Illini returned to C^hampaign for their last game of 
the season, which was against Northwestern; a team that 
had not won in Hull Gynmasium since 1944. But, again 
I he unexpected happened, and the Illini came out on the 
short end of an 84-81 score, and thus the season ended 
with Illinois, Ohio Slate, Iowa, and Indiana tied for 
liliii place. 



Junior Ed Perry who in his sophomore year had much trouble 
in hitting the basket, overcame this handicap as he came up 
with a shooting average of .489 this past season. This gives 
him the all-time school record for shooting percentage. 




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Track Team Runs from 
Rags to Riches... 



Ernie Haistey, above, and Ron Mitchell teamed up a"^ 
the top two high jumpers in the Big Ten. In 1958 
Haisley set Big Ten and Armory records with a jump 
of 6' 8%" in the conference meet, and a varsity 
record of 6' 9 'A" in the Chicago Daily News Relays. 




The crowd watches intently from Armory stands as underdog I Mini run away from 
favored Ohio State and Indiana to capture Big Ten Indoor Track Championship. 



The mini jumped Irom last place in 1957 to first 
place in 1958 in the Big Ten indoor track cham- 
pionships held in the Illinois Armory. The "dark 
horse" Illini team ran away horn tavored Ohio 
State and Indiana to win their sixteenth Big Ten 
indoor title. The effort was accomplished with the 
help of the surprising performances of two Jamai- 
can sophomores, George Kerr and Ernie Haisley. 
Kerr came through with a sinprising victory in the 
110 yard dash over favored Willie Atterbury of 
Michigan State, and Haisley beat out teammate 
Ron Mitchell for the high jump title. A surprising 
victory in the 880 yard run by Dan Imrie also 
played an important part in the victory. 

Probably the most outstanding runner on the 
team, Bob Mitchell gave the i)est individual per- 
formance. He (ontril)uted 12i/, points to Illinois' 
total with a conference reccjrd tying win in the 
70 yard low hurdles, a .second to Ohio State's Glenn 
Davis in the (50 yard dash, and a second in the 
l)road jump behind Olympic performer Greg Bell 
(*l Indiana. 

Bo!) McKown, Mitchell's understudy, helped the 
Illini cause i)y taking a fifth in the 60 yard dash, 
and edging defending champion Willie May of 
Indiana for third place in the 70 vard low luncUes. 



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Big Ten Commissioner Tug Wilson presents Illini Coach Leo Johnson 
with the Indoor Track Championship Trophy in the Armory last spring. 





Bob Mitchell takes the lead in the 70 yard low hurdles in the Big Ten Indoor Meet and goes on to win in a record tying time of 7.8 sec- 
onds. Earlier in the season Mitchell ran the same race in 7.7 seconds for new varsity indoor and Armory records, also tying American 
and world records. He was named "Athlete of the Year" at the end of the season for his performances in football and track. 



Larry Stewart set an Illinois record in the 
shot put with a toss of 54' 9" which was good lor 
a second ]}lace, and sophomore jim Rowers and 
senior Frank HcdgectKk phued second and 
lourth, respectively, in the mile run to round out 
the scoring. 

During llic regular season, ilic lllini won one 
dual and two triangular meets to keejj their rec- 
ord (lean. The results ol these meets were as 
lollows: 

ILLINOIS .5.S, Ohio State Mi/o, Michigan 1 1 1/^ 
ILLINOIS 7:5, Purdue (iO. Northwestern 2.'') 
ILLINOIS?.'). Michigan .^il 



Sophomore Dan Imrie, right, one of the big surprises of the 1958 in- 
door season, is shown finishing the 880 yard run in which he scored 
a startling upset victory over Michigan State's Willie Atterbury. 
Starting the same race is Frank Hedgecock, left, who finished fifth. 




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Ron Mil-chell, captain of the '58-'59 track 
team, shows his form as he clears the bar 
in Big Ten Indoor Championships, Mitchell 
went on to take second place in the high 
lump behind teammate Ernie Haisley. 



Individual Efforts . . . 
...Team Victory 



BIG TEN INDOOR FINAL STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS 471/2 

Ohio State 39 

Indiana 35 

I'lirditc 24 

Midiigan State 19 

Iowa 17 

Minnesota I6I/9 

Michigan . . .16 

Wisconsin 11 

Northwestern 6 



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Bob Mit-chell accounted for 1 3 '/z points in the Big Ten Outdoor Championship 
He won the 220 yard dash and tied for first in the 100 yard dash. In tl- 
NCAA meet Mitchell took a second in the broad jump with a jump of 24' 9 




George Kerr, one of the sophomore standouts on the team, ran 
the quarter mile in :46. 1 in the conference outdoor meet, but 
lost to Ohio State's Glenn Davis, whose time of :45.8 tied the 
world's record. A week later at the Meet of Champions in Houston, 
Kerr set a new varsity record of 1 ;49.5 in the 880 yard run. 



The Missouri meef was one of the contests in which the lllini encounter' 
trouble with rain during the outdoor season. The lllini barely squeaked out 
win over Missouri by a score of 68-64. Here sophomore Dan Imrie is shov 
letting a Missouri runner set the pace in the 880 yard run. 



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Coach Leo Johnson is a little worried over the outcome 
of the Missouri contest. Going into the final event, the 
lllini were trailing 64-63, but with a fantastic final lap 
in the mile relay by Kerr the lllini won the meet. 



The lllini captured the Kig Ten Outdoor track title 
l)\ edging Indiana 451/9 to 1! with the aid ol "lllini 
Athlete ol the Year," Bob Mitchell, ^[ltchell won the 
220 yard da,sh antl tied lor first in the 100 yard dash. 
Ernie Haisley won the high jump while George Kerr 
recorded a :46.1 time lor the (juarter mile only to lose 
to Glenn Davis ol Ohio State, whose :45.8 tied the 
world mark. 

Kerr broke the \arsity mark in the 880 the loUow- 
ing week with a 1 : 10..5 in the Afeet ol Champions at 
Houston. 

Illinois merited a sixth in the NCAA championship 
meet at Berkeley, Calilornia, as a result oi a second by 
Bob Mitchell in the broad jump, a second place tie by 
Haisley in the high jinnp, a sixth by Bob Pellant in 
the discus, and a tie lor fourth by 1959 Captain Ron 
Mitchell in the high jump. 

In season competition, the conquest of Purdue, 
Cornell, Iowa, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Missouri, 
and the Quantico Marines brought light to the Illi- 
nois athletes who i')urneye<l out into the rain for 
the majority of their crusades. 




Complefely exhausted after finishing the two mile run, 
junior Harold Harris is walking around the track trying to 
regain some of the wind he lost during the race. 



Taking oH his sweat clothes before start- 
ing the mile run is sophomore Jim Bow- 
ers, who broke Illinois varsity records in 
the mile both indoors and outdoors. 



Coach Johnson watches senior Ted Caiazza work out with the shot put 
during practice. Johnson had counted on Caiazza for help in the season's 
competition, but because of a knee injury, Caiazza was not able to compete. 





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Spring Practice... 

...in Arizona 



After finishing in a three-way tie with Iowa and 
Michigan for second place with a record of 7 wins and 
4 losses, and after losing several of last year's outstand- 
ing players to graduation and professional contracts, 
the future of Coach Eilbracht's team appeared quite 
questionable. Would this year's sophomores and jun- 
iors be able to take over? It appeared that the Illini's 
biggest weakness would be batting power. Tom Mai- 
ler, last year's home-run and runs-batted-in leader for 
the team, had signed a professional contract, and thus 
left a big gap in the batting lineup. 

It appeared that the team would have to be built 
around the mound corps. Returning were Eilbracht's 
three ace moundsmen from last year; they were seniors 
Frank Schwartz and Jim Flynn, and junior Bob IV 
desco. It also appeared that Jack Delveaux might de- 
velop into quite an asset to the pitching staff. 

To get the team in shape for Big Ten competition, 
Coach Lee Eilbracht took his team on a spring tour 
in Arizona and Oklahoma where they played a series 
against some of the Southwestern schools. 




Jim Cvik receives congratulations as he finishes a quick tour 
of the bases. Cvik was converted from an infielder to catcher 
early in the season, and shortly took over as No. 1 catcher. 



Receiving the throw too late to make the out is Russ Martin, who took over 
as first baseman when Captain Ray Thonn was sidelined with an ankle injury. 





Frank Schwartz coaches Bob Klaus, one of the 

team's fastest men, as Bob takes off from first. 



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Sophomore Bill Gawron saw considerable activity 
behind the plate for Illinois and is expected to see 
much more action in his remaining two seasons. 



With spring comes a certain feeling of laziness as portrayed in the 
picture above. Several of the players watch the team perform on 
the field along with a spectator who uses the tarp roll as a pillow. 




Sophomore Russ Martin leaps high In a game against Minnesota, Martin had a season 
batting average of .380; high enough for eighth place in the Big Ten rankings. 



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Second baseman James Vermette's graduation 
leaves a gap that Coach Eilbracht is going to 
have to fill for next year's squad. 




Shortstop Bob Klaus who made Ail-American 
as a sophomore will be back for one more year. 




Shown batting for the lllini is right fielder Bill 
Bolk, who again was an able performer both 
offensively and defensively. This year Bill 
earned his third varsity baseball letter. 



Jack Delveaux proved himself quite capable of playing base- 
ball as he took his turns on the mound for the lllini nine. 
Jack ended the season with four wins and no losses. 



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Sitting on the end of the lllini bench, and both seeming rather 
concerned with the situation on the field are, left. Senior 
Manager Kent Sprague, and Coach Lee Eilbracht. 







John Jurasevich, one of the outstanding 
sophomores on the squad this past season, 
proved himself quite capable with a bat as 
he compiled a .323 average for the season. 



As the saying goes, "Practice makes per- 
fect." The lllini team could be seen 
practicing long hours on the field behind 
Men's Old Gym from the first sign of 
spring to the end of the baseball season. 



Thinking, worrying and hoping pretty well summarize the thoughts of these 
lllini as they watch a conference game progress on a warm May afternoon. 




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With a season record ol 18 wins and ten losses, and a 
(onlerence recortl ol ten wins and eight losses, the lUini 
nine closed the season with a lourth place in the final Big 
Ten standings. Alter a slow start in which the lUini 
dropjjed five out ol the first nine games, the sophomores 
on the squad began showing much improvement, and 
the team went on to win ioui ol their last five confer- 
ence games. 

Casey Barsczc, next season's captain, led the team in 
batting with a .33.S average, closely followed by two soph- 
omores: Russ Martin with a .327, and John Jurasevich 
with a .323. Jack Delveaux, Illini lootfjall captain lor 
the '58 season, had a fine season on the mound, sporting 
a 4-0 record. Next in line was Jim Flynn's record of 4-1. 

Although next year's team will not have the services 
of Schwartz, Flynn, Vermette, Thonn, Rating, and Bolk, 
all of whom will be lost in graduation. Coach Lee Eil- 
bracht can look forward to seeing a fast developing group 
of juniors and sophomores take over in the positions 
vacated by graduation. 




Waiting to greet Frank Schwartz as he crosses home plate 
are Russ Martin (12), Jim Vermette (6), and Bill Bolk. 
Frank was named most valuable player of the '58 team. 








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Top row: Coach Lee Eilbracht, John Jurasevich, Steve AAolaro, James Cvik, Jack Delveaux, Casey Barszcz, Jim Flynn, John Kating, Kent Sprague, senior manager 

Second row; Jim Vermette, Russ Martin, Bill Bolk, Bob Tedesco, Bob Klaus, Frank Schwartz 

Bottom row: Bob Madix, Ed Schmulbach, Phil Catalano, Dave Buyher, Bill Gawron, Terry Gellinger 





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the Illini squad compiled a four and 
one record, will be missed next year 
not only as a pitcher, but also as a 
man who swings a powerful bat. 



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Gymnasts Capture Big Ten and NCAA Titles 




Junior Al Harvey took a second place in the NCAA 
tumbling competition to clinch a tie with Michigan 
State for the championship, Harvey was named 
by his teammates as most valuable member on the 
squad along with Frank Hailand. 



For the iiintli lonsetiuixc season, the gymnasts have 
swept o\ei all Ijelore them to win the Big Ten Champion- 
ship. In addition, the team tied Michigan State lor the 
NCAA title. It was the lourtii time during the ten years 
Charles Pond has been directing the squad that they have 
won the title. The University ol Illinois team piled up a 
total ol 1191/2 points in the Big Ten Meet against Iowa's 
second place total I KHl/o points and third place Michigan 
State's score ol (kHi/,. 

Olympic perlormer,. Abe Cirossleld, once again distin- 
guished himsell as the meet's top scorer. He won the all 
around and parallel bars titles, was second in horizontal 
bars, iree exercise, and lourth in side horse competition. 

During competition this year in dual and triangular 
meets the Illini \\c)n ten and lost oidy one. With main ol 
the outstanding perlormers ol this past year returning loi' 
the 1959 seascMi, Coach Pond ^vill be Icjoking for his tenth 
consecuti\e championship. 



John Davis, who won the NCAA side- 
horse title in his junior year, finished 
second in NCAA competition this 
year. 




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Captain of the 1957-1958 team, Frank Hailand, was the 
winner of Big Ten tumbling in 1958. Hailand also gained 
points for the team in its capture of the NCAA title. 



Abe Grossfeld won the high bar, free exercise, and 
all-around titles in NCAA competition. His team- 
mates elected him to captain the 1958-1959 squad. 




Back row: Coach Charles Pond, Frank Hailand, Allan Harvey, Michael Walters, John Davis, Abe Grossfeld, Gil Brinkmeyer, Assistant Coach 
Front row: Richard Danner, Edward Gombos, James Blazek, Robert Diamond, Patrick Bird, Richard Dick, Senior Manager 





Top row: Bill Gabbard, Steve Lucas, Bill Schram, Ed Henn, Larry Hoffman, Werner Holzer 

Second row: Asst. Coach Mike Yuhaz, Coach Pat Patterson, Tom Gabbard, Captain Robert Norman, Don Pierre, Sr. Mgr. Robert Mohrman 

Bottom row: Bill AAuther, Forrest Devor, Victor Paul, David Moore, Rex Whitlatch 




Coach Patterson (far right) seems satisfied 

with the performance of his wrestlers in the 
Big Ten meet. Above, Tom Gabbard is on his 
way to a reversal on his opponent; below, Cap- 
tain of the '58-'59 team, Werner Holzer exe- 
cutes a takedown. 



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Matmen Finish a Close 
Second in Big Ten Meet 



The mini jumped Irom a fourth place finish in 
1957 into second place — a mere three points behind 
the Iowa matmen — at the Big Ten Chamj^ionships 
held March 8, 1958, in Huff Gym. Senior Bob Nor- 
man and junior Werner Holzer took the heavyweight 
and 157 pound titles, respectively. 

A second by senior Bill Muther and fourths by 
juniors Rex VVitlach and Tom Gabbard completed 
Illinois' scoring lor tiie meet. 

Dining the season the Illini won seven straight 
meets before being hit Ijy injmies and losing to Pitts- 
burgh, Michigan State, and Indiana. The season 
ended with the Illini sporting a very successful 9-3 
dual meet record. 

In XCAA Championships, the Illini totaled 22 
points, good lor seventh place, largely on Norman's 
heavyweight title and a fourth place by Bill Gabbard 
in the 157 pound division. 

Although the 1959 squad is a little weak in the 
lighter weight classes because of the graduation of 
ex])erienced men. Coach Patterson believes the new 
boys will be able to fill tiie vacant positions ade- 
quately. With five lettermen returning, the chances 
for another successfid season for the Illini grapplers 
in 1959 look \'ery good. 



It is not unusual for a wrestler to find himself in a predicament 
such as this, when wrestling in the Big Ten Championship 
matches, which were held in Huff Gym last spring. 





Heavyweight Bob Norman was undefeated in competition. 
He won the NCAA crown for the second straight year to be- 
come the seventh man in NCAA history to win twice. 



Junior Werner Holzer, winner of the I 57 pound title in 
Big Ten competition, will return in '58-'59 to bolster Illi- 
nois' chances for another successful season. 




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Three returning lettermen from the '57-'58 golf team are: left to right, captain-elect Tom Orsi, Ronald Cwiklinski, and George Niva. 




Clem Gcorlctt cuiiipileij a record of 
cifjhi wini and four losses. 



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Captain of Coach Ralph t-letcher's 
'57-'58 team was Dick Correll. 



Golfers Improve 



The Illinois gollers posted a winning lecoiil 
in regular season (ompeiiiion in 1058 by wiiming 
seven meets, losing six. and tving two. In the 
Hig Ten Cihanipionship Meet held at Ohio State, 
the mini had a j)oor second dav and (inisheil 
seventh in the tournament which was won hv 
Piu'due; howexer. this was one place higher than 
last year's phu ing. 

.Sophomore "Hap" Georlett compiled the best 
regular season record by winning eight out ol 
twelve matches and scoring .^2i ^ poiius. high 
on the team. 

Dick (loireli cipi. lined the l!)r)S scju.id. .nid 
the team named lom Orsi to captain the 19.")!> 
leant. Koiu ol the six letter winners ol ".^S are 
nndcK l.issnien who will be rennning in '">!• to 
gi\C' llie liiini hopes loi .1 su<(c'sslul season and 
a highei liig I'en hnisli. 



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Netmen Come Through in Big Ten Tournament 



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By uimiiiig 16 out ol 17 dual ineeis and {inisliing 
second in the Big Ten, the lUini neinicn had an ex- 
cellent season in H)58. In atldition, C^arl Noble, the 
nimiher one singles player lor most ol the season, 
won five matches in the NCAA meet belore losing in 
the round ol sixteen. 

In the Big Ten CJhampionships, Roger Bieleleld 
and Bob Breckenridge teamed to win the number two 
doubles (rown. In addition, Cieorge (iilmore and joe 
Epkins (()[:)ped the ninnber three doubles title, and 
Bielefeld won the number lour singles crown. 

The only Illini loss in dual competition was to 
North CJarolina on a spring training trip in April. 
In the 17 dual meets, Illinois opponents won only 
1 7 matches. 

Breckenridge, (.ilmore, Epkins, and Al Holtmann, 
who alternated with Noble as nimiber cjne singles 
player, will return in '59 to give the Illini netmen a 
very good chance for a successful season. 



Roger Bielefeld won the 

number four singles title 
in the Big Ten Meet. 



Captain Carl Noble won five 
matches before being eliminated in 
the NCAA tournament. 



Front row: Coach Howard J. Braun, Joseph Epkins, Al Holtmann, Carl Noble 

Back row: Robert Lansford, George Gilmore, Robert Bronson, Robert Breckenridge, Roger Bielefeld 





Left: Leading the '57-'58 team in one of its 

best years in history was Captain Bob Hunt. 

Right: Lorin Whittaker, captain of the '58-'59 
team, took a fourth place in the NCAA. 



Swimmers Finish High in NCAA 




Joe Hunsaker became Illinois' fourth swimmer in 
history to win a national title by winning the 200 
yard individual medley in the NCAA meet. 



Led by Joe Hunsaker, winner ol the individual medley, 
Illinois swimmers finished seventh in the NCAA meet for 
their highest standing in history. Hunsaker also placed 
third in tiie 200 yard breast-stroke, and Lorin Whittaker 
fourth in the 1,500 meter free styfe. 

In addition to its excellent showing in the NCAA, tlie 
Illinois swim team had a good 10-2 record in dual meets 
and finished fifth in the Big Ten Meet. The only losses 
of the season were to Indiana and Iowa. 

In the Big Ten Championships, held at Iowa on Marcli 
8, 1958, the Illini totaled 34 points with Hunsaker again 
leading the way. He finished second in the 200 yard in- 
dividual medley, second in the 200 yard breast stroke, and 
third in the 100 yard breast stroke. Other Illinois point- 
getters were AV'hittaker, with third, fourth, and sixth place 
finishes; Owen Ackerman with two thirds; Bob Hunt, a 
fifth; and the 400 yard medley team which finished sixth. 

As Hunsaker, Whittaker, and Ackerman are all returning 
in '59, the Illini swimmers shotdd have another successful 
season. 



Top row: Coach Alien B. Klingel, William Forsythe, Thomas Walker, Joseph Hunt, torin Whittaker, Allan Rubenstein, Assistant Coach Don VanRossen 

Second row: Dean Hallerud, Owen Ackerman, Robert Hunt, John Fix, Nils Fagerman 

Bottom row: Richard Eberhardy, Eugene Kostick, James Bell, Donald Berg, Dale McDyer, John Donohue 




Foil fencer Jim Williamson is cap- 
tain of the '58-'59 fencing team. 



Coach Max Garret congratulates 
Art Schankin on being named Ail- 
American for the second time. 




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Top row: George Fischer, Robert Becker, Robert Tripp, Russell Guthrie, David Kennedy, David Tillema, Senior Manager; Edward Gray, Ron Delismon, Jim 

Williamson, Gerald Silverman 
Bottom row: Coach Maxwell Garret, Horst Konrad, Warren Danzer, William Camp, Abbey Silverstone, Captain Arthur Schankin, Lee Sentman, Ron Shipka, David 

Harris, Martin Kramer, Assistant Coach Bill Seiller 



Fencers Win Championships-Big Ten^ NCAA 



I.ed by Captain Art Schankin, who was named 
"Fencer oi the Year," Coach Max Ciarret's fencers cap- 
tured both Big Ten and NCAA titles in 1958. Hotli 
St liankin and' sophomore Abl)ey Silverstone were 
( l(( ted to the All-.Vmerican first team, while senior 

I Lee Sentman made the second team. 

j In the NCAA meet, held on March 21-22 at Lui) 

ll)o(k, Texas, the Illini scored 17 points to pace the 
field oi twenty-five schools. Schankin won twenty-one 

! straight sabre matches in the tonrnament to accoimt 
III) 21 points, while Silverstone was third in foil, and 
Sentman took sixth place in the epee division. 

I Schankin also paced the Illini in their captme of 



the Big Ten title, March 8 at Indiana, by taking first 
in the sabre division. In the epee division, Sentman 
finished second, and senior Ron Delismon was sixth. 
To accoimt lor the remainder ol^ Illinois' 82 points, 
Silverstone took secf:)nd in loil, and junior Jim Wil- 
liam.son, captain-elect lor 1958-1959, was fifth in the 
same division. 

During the rcgidar season the Illini started slowly 
by losing their first three nieets, biu finished with a re 
spectable 8-1 record in dual competition. 

As both Silverstone and Williamson will be return- 
ing along with several other lettermen, Illinois' pros- 
pects for a successful 1958-1959 season are good. 



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Standing on the wall of Memorial 
Stadium are, from top to bottom, 
Dick Hoff, Paul Willis, John Lane, 
and Chuck Wirth; all are holding the 
signal flags that were used at foot- 
ball games. 



Appearing disappointed with ** 
the mini's fortunes on the 
football field are Margo 
Kriege, Dee Donovan, and i 
Mary Sue Drendel. 



Cha-he, Cha-ha . . . 
...Cha-ha, ha, ha! 




Early last March approximately 140 sludciUs tried 
out for cheerleading before a facidty board. After 
one week to acquaint everyone with the cheers and 
procedures, the board started a gradual elimination 
until by the end of the second week there were 15 
finalists. These finalists were then interviewed and a 
squad of 13 cheerleaders and two alternates were 
chosen. Until school was out, the squad practiced 
three times a week. 

With the start of the football season, the cheerlead- 
ers found themselves confronted with the task of de- 
veloping new cheers; the new trimipet cheers were the 
most successfid. A first for tliis year's squad was the 
traveling in a chartered plane to away games, high- 
lighted by a banquet given by the Minneapolis Illini 
C^lub. As the football season drew to a close, the cheer- 
leaders started working on basketball cheers. 

Midway through the basketliall season, the cheer- 
leaders appeared in new uniforms that included a 
head-dress conforming to the traditional Illini theme. 
With the end of the basketball season, the cheerlead- 
ers' duties changed from cheers to publicity for the 
formation of a new squad, which immediately began 
])racticing for next fall. 



Top row: Donna Snyder, Mary Sue Drendel, Ann Drenckhahn, Dee Donovan, Margo Kriege 
Second row: Ginny Hommel, Sally Duncombe, Melinda Bresee, Elissa Weaver 
Bottom row: Chuck Wirth 



Dee Donovan, wearing a new cheerleader 
outfit, seems pleased with the way the 
game is going and the crowd is cheering. 




Tribe of lllini 



I he rril)e ol llliiii is a social oigaiii/atioii lor all 
lien on campus who have earned a varsity letter in 
ntcrcollegiate athletics. An "I" man takes pride in 
)eing a member of the tribe because ol the hard work 
md long hours which are invohed to achieve this 
;oal. This organization helps to loster good fellow- 
hip between the student body and varsity letter win- 
ters. New members are elected alter awards are prc- 
ented in each sport. The tribe strives to maintain 
he true fighting lllini spirit and practices the lllini 
;ode ol Sportsmanship in intercollegiate athletic com- 
yetition. 




Officers — Top row: Thomas Gabbard, president; John Fix, 

vice president 
Bottom row: Ronald Hill, secretary-treasurer 



Top row: Ronald Hill, Richard Ekin, Alphonse Holtman, Norman Ehlers, James Bowers, Joseph Epkins, Alan Gosnell, Edward Perry, Bruce Bunkenburg, Allen 

Tobias, Dale McDyer, Roger Maupin, Thomas Walker, William Forsythe 
Third row: John Delveaux, Robert Breckenridge, Ronald Wright, Richard Kreitling, John Donohue, Owen Ackerman, William Burrell, Robert Klaus, Richard Jenks, 

Harold Harris, Govoner Vaughn, Clem Georlett, Everett Kimmel, George Kerr, Lawrence Breyfogle 
Second row: George Stewart, Arthur Carlson, Ronald Shipka, George Utz, Bruce Dollahan, Robert Hickey, George Niva, Ronald Cwiklinski, John Lattimore, Forest 

Devor, James Williamson, James Harvey, Lory Bonner 
Bottom row: Gene Wineland, Russell Martin, John Jurasevich, James Vermette, Thomas Gabbard, Robert Allen, Donald Henderson, John Fix, David Ash, Edward 

Gombos, Eugene Cherney, Abraham Grossteld, Werner Holzer, David Hunsaker 
Not in panel: Casimir Barszcz, Rex Berry, James Cvik, Robert Madix, Robert Tedesco, Mannie Jackson, Roger Taylor, Warren Danzer, Abbey Silverstone, DeJustice 

Coleman, Donald Grothe, Carl Johnson, Ronald Nietupski, William Offenbecher, Douglas Wallace, Donald Yeazel, Thomas Orsi, Patrick Bird, James Blazek, 

Richard Fletemeyer, Eugene Kostick, Richard Whittaker, Ernie Haisley, Ronald Mitchell, Richard Mason 




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Outstanding lllini Athletes 
Bring Fame to the University 



Voted "Athlete ol the Year" lor 1957-1958 was Bob Mitchell, 
who excelled in lootball and track. Fast and elusive, Mitchell 
was one ol the most teared halibacks in the Big Ten in 1957. 
He also was the most consistant winner on the track team, 
competing in the dashes, hurdles, and broad jump. By account- 
ing indivitlually tor I21/2 and 13i/2 points in the Big Ten in- 
door and oiudoor meets, respectively, Mitchell led the lllini 
to a first place finish in both. Alter being selected by lllini 
stutlents and laculty, Mitchell received the Lion Gardiner 
Memorial Award tor the "Athlete ol the Year" at the Inter- 
scholastic Track Championships in Memorial Stadiimi on 
May 7, 1958. Here, Mitchell is shown battling Ohio State's 
Glenn Davis lor first place in the 60 yard dash in the Big 
Ten Indoor Meet. Davis currently holds the world record 
in the 110 vard dash. 



Most valual)le member ol liic 1957-1958 swinnning 
scjuad was jimior Joe Himsaker who became the 
loiuth Illinois swimmer in history to win a NCAA 
title. He won the 200 yard individual medley in the 
chamjjionship meet to earn recognition as an Ail- 
American. In addition, Himsaker set new varsity rec- 
ords in the medley and in both the 200 yard and 100 
yard breast stroke. Early this year Hunsaker bettered 
the world record in his specialty, the 200 yard in- 
dividual medley, while competing in a holiday meet 
in Florida and sho^ved [jrcjmise ot becoming Illinois' 
greatest swimmer ot all time. 





Jiuiioi lootball star Rich Kreilling became Illinois' 
first Ail-American since |. C. Caroline in 195.S wiicn he 
was selected at end to the Football Digest's first team, 
UPI's second, and AP's third. I' PI and AP also voted 
him inianimously lo iheir AH Big len teams. Duriu" 
the season Kreilling was Illinois' main ollensixe weapon 
as he caught 23 [lasses lor a loial ol (>SS yaids. He tell 
short by 27 yards in his at(einp( 10 set a new Illinois 
pass receiving yardage record, i)iit did sci a new record 
lor the longest scoring pass i)\ snaring aeiials ot S.S 
yaids against both Minnesota .nul Michigan. Alter the 
season the Cleveland Browns selected Kreitling as their 
(irst round choiee in tlu" N.iiioii.d Football I ,eague diall. 



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f.cft: Roger Taylor, captain of the 
1958-1959 basketball team, has been an 
outstanding guard for the Illini for the 
past three seasons. Taylor has won hon- 
orable mention on the All-Big Ten teams 
for the past two seasons and is expected 
to make the first team this year. With 
three games left in the season, Taylor 
had a .430 field goal percentage and was 
on his way to a conference record in free 
throws with an .895 percentage. 

Rii^lit: Most valuable player for the 
baseball team last year was Frank 
Sc hwartz. Frank was the backbone of the 
pitching staff for three years. In his jun- 
ior year he had a 6-2 record which hel])ed 
the Illini finish second in the conference. 
■ Vllhough his 2-3 record in his senior year 
was not very impressive, Frank was in- 
\olved in several low scoring, well 
pitched games. 





Winner of three NCAA titles in 1958 was junior 
gymnastics star Abe Grossfeld. He repeateil as high 
bar cham])ion and added the free exercise and all- 
around titles to help the Illini to tie for first place with 
Michigan State. In the Rig 1 en Meet, Grossfeld won 
the parallel bars championship and finished second 
in three events, third in one, and fourth in another to 
be the leading indivitlual scorer in the meet. At the 
end of the season, Grossfeld was elected to captain the 
1958-1959 squad. With the season almost completed, 
(irossfeld's performances indicate that he may again 
lead the gymnasts to the conference and NCAA titles. 



Right: Center Gene Cherney was elected by his 
teammates as the most valuable player on the 
1958 football s(juad, his selection being an- 
nounced at the Champaign Rotary Club's annual 
postseason football banquet. Cherney sparked 
the Illini with his steady offensive play at center 
and his good defensive work at his linebacker 
position. After the Big Ten season, (Cherney was 
one of two Illini selected to play in the Blue- 
Gray gaine in Montgomery, Alabama. 

Far riglit: (Chosen most valuable member of 
the 1957-1958 wrestling team by his teammates 
was heavyweight star Bob Norman. Norman 
established himself as one of the best Illinois 
wrestlers of all time as he won both the NCAA 
and Big Ten titles for the second year in a row. 




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Junior managers — Jack Bronson, Urb Weidner, Tom Anderson 
Not in panel: Bud Rosbrook, Roy Etnyre 



Dan Kimmel, pictured above, and 
Pete Evanson were the two seniors 
who directed the intramural program. 



Intramurals Provide a Sport for Everyone 



Alllioiigli (lie \aisit\ leams provide adivc (onipclition 
lor the stars in each sport, lliere is anoilier sports pro- 
gram sponsored b\ the Atliletie .Association that provides 
athletic actixit) for e\eryone, Avhetlier they be stars or 
chdw. 

The Dixision of Intramural and Recreational Sports 
consists oi two phases: the Iniianunal Piogram which 
pi'o\ ides acti\e competition lor indixiduals as well as 
teams, and the Recreational S|)oits ,Ser\ ice which consists 
of a Avide \ariet\ of non-c()mp;liti\i' acti\iiies and infoi- 
mal coin|)c'tili\e sports. 

1 he progiam is administered l)\ studeni in.niagers with 
laciiii\ "iiidancc. riie IMRIXI Board with .Mien li. 



Two basketball teams compete intensely for their 
league title In the most popular l-M participant sport. 



Klinge! as faculty supervisor directs the department. 

The l-M prcjgram proxicles c lean, wholesome compe- ' 
lition for the students, with a keen rivalry existing be- 
tween fraternities and independent houses. Last \ear's 
fraternity champion was Phi Delta Tlieta, which cap- 
tured first place in both the volleyball and tennis compe- 
tition, while Alpha Tau Omega finished a close second 
in the total point standings. In the independent league i 
Kemnore .\.C. was the total ])oint winner. 

The Co-Recreational program is one of the most active 
and popular on campus. Both men and women team up 
in such sports as volleyball, bowling, softball, and the 
animal TuikeN Rini. 




The beginning of the school year and the good autumn weather make football 
the most popular intramural spectator sport. An estimated crowd of 4,000 
turned out for the championship playoffs held at the end of the season. 



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Sports such as handball allow for in- 
dividual participation and competition. 




Competition is keen in the i-M sports program. Here a player goes up high 
to drive a spike onto the opponents' side of the court in the quarter-finals 
of the volleyball tournament, which were held in the Men's Old Gym. 



1957-1958 INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS 



Basketball 

Varsity Phi Sigma Kappa 

Kenmore A.C. 
Noble 

Pledge Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Rec - Phi Sigma Kappa 

Softball 

12 inch Theta Xi 

Vet Club 

K) inch Sigma Alpha Mu 

Evans Scholars 
(ivninasti(s Phi Gamma Delta 



Track 

Outdoor Sigma Nu 

Indoor Sigma Nu 

Volleyball Phi Delta Theta 

Latvian Students 

Wrestling Alpha Tau Omega 

Water Polo Sigma Chi 

Horseshoes Phi Gamma Delta 

Goll Evans Scholars 



Swimming Sigma Chi 

Touch Football... Delta Tau Delta 

Detergents 

Badminton MRH 

Handball.. Tau Epsilon Phi 

Table Tennis Pi Lambda Phi 

Bowling Vets 

Tennis Phi Delta Theta 




Track is one of the sixteen sports offered in the Intramural pro- 
gram. Students can compete in every event offered in a standard 
varsity track meet except the pole vault and discus. 



The Co-Rec program is not only a chance for both sexes 
to compete in athletics together, but it is also a good 
opportunity to get in some extra-curricular socializing. 




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ACTIVITIE 





^D ORGANIZATIONS 




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MA-WAN-DA 

SENIOR MEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY 



Leonard Arentsen, President 

John Arends 

David Boling 

Gerry Carlson 

Thomas Chandler 

John Delveaux 

Delbert Denby 

Mark Durchslag 

Richard Ekin 

Joseph Glass 

Lowell Griffith 

Abraham Grossleld 

Joe Hunsaker 

Dan Kimmel 

Robert Klaus 

Kent McHose 

Ralph Afeyers 

Gant Redmon 

Richard Schaeffer 

Garee Slider 

Norman Smith 

Larry Stewart 

George Swift 

Roger Taylor 

Mark Templeton 

Stephen Thomas 




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Barbara Watkins, President 

Dianne Baumann 

Betty Blewett 

Edith Boyd 

Carol Brandt 

Patricia Cllaiiin 

Patricia Clover 

Delores Darby 

Adlon Dohme 

Rochelle E/er 

Jane Faulkner 

Patricia Freehill 

Linda Hale 

Joanne Inness 

Jerri Johnson 

Susan Kahl 

Karen Kelly 

Grace Lemke 

Carolyn Meadors 

Margret Otto 

Mary Schumacher 

Nancy Swain 

Susan Teegarden 

Sandra Underwood 

Nancy Jo Williams 



MORTAR BOARD 

SENIOR WOMEN'S ACTIVITY AND SCHOLASTIC HONORARY 




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Alexis Michale, President 

Pat Albee 

Judy Belt 

Nancy Boldt 

Virginia Bolin 

Barbara Brown 

Mary Lou Bush 

Patt Carroll 

Jean Draegert 

Nancy Evans 

Phyllis Floyd 

Barbara Gordon 

Lois Grant 

Carol Heath 

Peggy Heino 

Judith Hively 

Jo Ann Ivens 

Peggy Ingalls 

Roberta Johnson 

Sue Keagle 

Janet Lindner 

Joanne Miller 

Joyce Peters 

Gerry Rader 

Barbara Reardon 

Lois Rucker 

Mary Ann Schurtz 

Maria ScooLakes 

Mary Siebert 

Margaret Sisk 

Ann Sognefest 

Ina Starr 

Nancy Thompson 

Lynn Wertheim 

Barbara Wilford 



SHORTER BOARD 

SENIOR WOMEN'S AC! IVITY HONORARY 



TORCH 



Ann Ferry, President 
Sonja Alexander 
Joan Anderson 
Barl)ara Bailey 
Frances Bamburg 
Sally Blacker 
(Bonnie Brand 
Jcaii Bruininer 
Ruth C;anii>bcll 
Helen Culkin 
Judy Ent 
Victoria Feit 
Nancy Grant 
Marly Ciraves 
Carol Ciieen 
loan Cireenberg 
Joan (intowsky 



Mary Lee Hahn 
Merrill Hahn 
Su/anne Haines 
Kalhy Hanieder 
Carol Hay 
Katiicrine Hirt 
Ruth Hoogcrwcrl 
Hetty Jo Hulka 
Marbara llunnner 
Barbara Johns 
Barbara Johnson 
Ihclnia King 
.\lar( ia Kittilscn 
Loiiia Kloiline 
Aiilvlli Lain|)s 
|aii l.anklon 
( laiol I .('onaul 



Mina Maish 
Kathy Manning 
Nancy McMillen 
Hetty Millan 
Catherine Miller 
Mae Mirto 
Margie Molitor 
Jan Reeves 
X'irginia Riser 
Harbara Ropers 
Arleen Schoen 
Carole Stackhoiisc 
Sue Stuckcr 
Sally Swanson 
Maiian X'lccland 
Sallv XVrobke 
KauMi ^'eager 
i'lullis ^'o^nlg("l• 



JUNIOR WOMEN'S ACHVHY HONORARY 



I4S 



Paul Edgell, Presidenl 
Robert Allen 
Evan Buck 
Dick Carlson 
Nick Carras 
Eugene (Jherney 
Robert Frank 
Phillip Field 
Bernard Fruchter 
Fhomas Gabbard 
Jim Gaebe 
Patrick Harmon 
Leron Hill 
Roy Hlavacek 
Al Holtmann 
Werner Holzer 
Alan Krause 
Albert Lorenz 
Tom Orsi 
Ed Parrish 
Ned Snow 
Fred Stark 
Steven Stern 
Larry Taylor 
Robert Tedesco 
Thomas Walker 
Steve Webb 
Lorin Whittaker 
fames Williamson 
Gharles VVirth 



WA-NA-SEE 

SENIOR MEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY 



James Gustalson, President 

Thomas Anderson 

Richard Archbold 

Robert Backolf 

Paul Bennett 

Patrick Bird 

fames Bowers 

Kenneth Branch 

Frederick Brightbill 

Kenneth Brown 

David Brown 

William Burrell 

Paul Dittmer 

Donald Doherty 

fohn Donohue 

Stanton Dotson 

Joseph E})kins 

David Geist 

Stuart Goodman 

Neal Harmon 



Albert Herman 
Mannie Jackson 
Robert Johnston 
David Klingel 
Ronald Kollman 
Richard Kreitling 
Gerald Langkammerer 
Ronald Magd/iasz 
ferry Manion 
Russell Martin 
fames Mitchell 
Richard Schwartz 
Daniel Seller 
Robert Shissler 
Abbey Silverstone 
Dennis Swanson 
Noel Thyson 
Bruce Trull 
Govoner Vaughn 
Ronald Winchell 



SACHEM 

JUNIOR MEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY 



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WHO'S WHO 





Pat Freehill 

Actress, Theatre 



Joanne Inness 

President, Women's Sports Association 




Richard Schwartz 

Business Manager, DAILY ILLINI 



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Edith Boyd 
Student Director, Union 



Jack Arends 

President, Student Senate 



Pat Clover 
Associate Business Manager, ILLIO 



David Boling 

asebali Manager 




Thomas Gabbard 

President, Tribe of lllini 



Norman Smith 

Co-Manager, Star Course 



Mary Lou Bush 

Associate Editor, ILLIO 



Nancy Swain 

Vice President, Union 



AT ILLINOIS 



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Photos by mini Studio 




Sandra Underwood 

Vice President, Student Senate 



Kent McHose 

Associate Director, Campus Chest 



Mary Siebert 

Editor, DAILY ILLINI 



Gant Redmon 

usiness Manager, ILLIO 



IVERSITY 

OF 

ILLINOIS 





Thomas Chandler 

President, Y.AA.C.A. 



Linda Hale 

Student Director, Union 



Charles Wirth 

Head Cheerleader 



Kenneth Branch 

President, Men's Independent As? 



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WHO'S WHO 
AT ILLINOIS 



John Delveaux 

Football Captain 





Richard Ekin 

Basketball Manager 



Jane Faulkner 

President, Y.W.C.A. 




Ralph Meyers 

Student Director, Union 



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Alan Nudelman 

Director, Campus Chesl 



Phillip Dressel 

Pre<^ident, Interfraternity 





Margret Ofto 

President, Women's Group System 



Lorin Whittaker 

Swimming Captain 





Judith Belt Lowell Griflith 

Associate General Manager, Theatre Photo Chief, lllini Publishing Company 



Delbert Denby Joyce Peters 

Student Director, Union News Editor, DAILY ILLINI 



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WHO'S WHO 
AT ILLINOIS 



Photo by lllini Studio 




Mark Durchslag 

Sports Editor, DAILY ILLINI 



Nicholas Carras 

Associate Business Manager, ILLIO 



Carolyn Meadors 

President, Panhellenic 



Ronald Mitchell 

Track Captain 



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Lois Rucker 

President, University Choir 



George Swift 

Personnel Manager, Theatre 



Patricia Claftin 

Associate Editor, ILLIO 



Barbara Gordon 

Student Director, Union 



WHO'S WHO 
AT ILLINOIS 



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■j.j'ii 



Betty Blewett 

Associate Editor, ILLIO 




Arthur Carlson 

Football Manager 





Joseph Glass 

Co Manager, Star Course 



Susan Teegarden 

President, Union 





Margaret Heine 

General Manager, Theatre 



Stephen Webb 

President, Men's Glee Club 



Roger Taylor 

Basketball Captain 



Grace Lemke 

Student Director, Union 




Photos by lllini Studio 



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Student Senate Acts On Campus Matters 




JACK ARENDS, President 



Legislation designed to eliminate campus discrimina- 
tion, to establish the Model Uniteci Nations, to host repre- 
sentatives of the National Student Association's regional 
convention, to handle pre]jarations for this summer's na- 
tional NSA convention, and a greater number of "late 
nights" for the coeds, marked this year's achievements. 

Senate debate on the discrimination issue brought tiic 
various asjjects into discussion and stimulated campirs-vvide 
interest. The (juestion of the University's withholding rec- 
ognition lor any student organization whose constitution 
(ontains a discriminatory clause of any kind was the crux 
ol the matter. 

Model United Nations is to be held each spring. Par- 
tit ipaiing students representing the various views of dif- 
ferent countries are divided into several delegations. These 
delegations will deliberate on contemporary topics and con- 
troversial subjects, of a nature actually facing the U.N. 

The regional convention of the National Student Asso- 
ciation was held here, and representatives from the district 
schools concerned themselves with problems and affairs re- 
lated to the mid-western area. 



Student senate — Top row: Dan Sigband, Stu Goodman, Dave Rademaclier, Al Gerstein, Ron Klein, Mike McPherson, George Wllhlte, Ron Otto, Yuji Ikeda, Nord Smith, 

Harold Evans, Dave Levy 
Third rovtr: Sue Aaron, Karen Bunde, Elaine Suckman, Dave Shulman, Walt Schramm, Jack DIuhy, Dan Seller, Mike O'Beirne, Frank Sharp, Jim Albright, Carl Faust, Steve 

Thomas, Kit Naylor, Kamlynn Keyes 
Second row: Lesta Elliot, Dave Brovi/n, Dottie Stark, Sandra Underwood, Professor Jobst, adviser; Professor Mutti, adviser; Jack Arends, Sally Blacker, Robert Backoff, 

Charles Leonard 
Bottom row: Judy Reynolds, Esther Hirsch, Joanne Inness, Lynn Morley, Brenda Braun, Ann Morgan, Nancy Dinnella, Sue Haines, Nancy Swain, Adion Dohme, Sally 

Swanson 




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Executive committee — Top row: Dottie Stark, Robert Backoff, Lesta Elliott 

Bottom row: Sally Blacker, Charles Leonard, Jack Arends. Sandra Underwood, Dave Brown 



This year's Senate will have leli an impressive record in 
more than just a few aspects ot campus life. The organiza- 
tion took action that increased the number of "late" nights 
for U. of I. women. Senate action also made it possible for 
students to enjoy extended library hours on Sunday eve- 
nings. Student Senate participated in the foreign student's 
leadership program this year, thus marking the first time 
it has done so. The program involves bringing a foreign 
student to the campus who formerly has distinguished him- 
self in his own coimtry. 

Women this year have been able to exercise greater 
flexibility in arranging their social schedule because of Sen- 
ate action resulting in an increased niunber of "late" night 
privileges for girls attending big dances. While the niunber 
of 2 a.m. nights was increased, jimior women also benefitted 
by extension of Wednesday's cinlew to midnight. Pre- 
viously, women have had only three "late" nights a year. 
This year they had six. 

The leadership program makes it possible lor leaders ol 
foreign nations to gain a more comprehensive imderstand 
ing of our way of life while, at the same time, allowing 
students here at the I'niversity to learn more aboiu their 
culture. The foreign student leader has speaking pri\ileges 
in Senate meetings, participates on committees, and carries 
a full academic load. 

The Allerton Conference is sponsored annually inuler 
Senate auspices. Student leaders have an opporliniily to 
meet with the faculty and administration personnel to dis 
cuss student problems. Many of the difficulties stifling de- 
velopment of better imderstanding are eliminated at these 
conferences and plans are made to alleviate (onditions 
detrimental to the school and the student body. 



Counting votes for new senators is a |ob for an "old senator." 




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Committee Chairmen — Top row: uan bigband, Mike O'Beirne, Steve Thomas 
Third row: Dave Levy, Walt Schramm 

Second row: Sally Swanson, Lynn Morley, Ann Morgan, Adion Dohme 
Bottom row: Sue Haines, Nancy Dinnella, Dorothy Stark 



Dave Brown brings out his views at the Wednesday meeting. 




Student Senate is a representative body that concerns 
itself with matters pertaining to the welfare of the general 
student body. Working in conjunction with the Committee 
on Student Affairs, Senate voices opinions of the entire 
Student body and promotes a healthy intellectual and social 
atmosphere for all campus activities. 

Sixty members make up the Senate body. The campus 
has eighteen districts, and two senators are elected from 
each district. Major campus activities and housing groups 
are represented by sixteen ex-olficio officers. The Senate's 
other eight members are the officers of Senate lixeciuive 
(loiuicil. \';ii ions connnittees are delegated ])o\\er and op- 
erate luulcr (oiinnissioner of student life, commissioner of 
campus allairs. ;uid connnissioncr of educilional allairs. 

Senate dulics include tlic cooicliualions (onuniltcc. lliis 
(onuniitec rules on petitions of xarious organi/aliouN lo 
hold e\enis on campus. Dining ;i ly|)i(al week liic (o 
ordinations (onnnittee m;iy examine petitions for diUiccN. 
Mower sales, luda hoo]) contests and other iutivities. Vhv 
( oiimiiltee sends its reconnnendiilious lo the (lommillee on 
Siudcni Allaiis wlierc ihe linal luliiig is made. 

When cxdcmely (onlioxcrsial issiu-s :\vv being (onsideii'il, 
Seuiilc may arr;uige lor a mass liisiiict (ouncil meeiing 
'I'his piesenls an opporlunilx loi icprcseui, nixes horn all 
iiueresled parties to aiiciul an open meiMing ,nul discuss 
issues in\c)lved. 



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Senators from all the districts meet in the Faculty Lounge Wednesday nigh;s to voice l.'ie opinions and to propose acti( 



Frcslinian Council is a part of Senate that has full com- 
mittee status. Its members are chosen from the freshman 
class by petition. Freshman Council also participates in 
activities such as high school orientation, whereby speak- 
ers visit various high schools in the state. This year the 
council has undertaken a Top Ten Freshman program. 



The ten most outstanding freshmen will be chosen and 
introduced during Freshman week next fall. 

Each member of the council "adopted" a foreign stu- 
dent on campus and answered any questions that they 
might have had. The council made plans for the revision 
of F'rcshman week in hopes of condensing it. 



Freshman council — Top row: Waiter Crowley, Paul Prentiss, Steve Sample, William Dutton, Guy Williams, Stuart Bloom, Len Peirce 
Second row: Ann Morgan, adviser; Judy Starr, Carolyn Burkle, Ann Tobin, Sandra Thornton, Janet Langley, Vivien Durbin 
Bottom row; Richard Weidhopf, Janet Curry, Bonnie Brown, Janet Beardsley, Mario Jo Florio, Donald Simborg 
Not in panel: Genevieve Glass, Jacques Schmoll, John Burnside 




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PROFESSOR RALPH J MUTTI, Chairman 



CSA Regulates Housing 
Problems. Social Events 



The Committee on Student Affairs establishes policies 
(or the su]>er\ision and guidance of extra-curricular af- 
lairs and a(li\ilies ol imdergraduate students, with par- 
titular attention to the maintenance of proper balance 
with, antl primary emphasis on academic affairs. It also 
assists the students in implementing a plan of student 
self-government as seeins reasonable to the committee. 
The committee also establishes the policies and advises 
the Dean of Students in matters pertaining to under- 
gratluates in regard to housing, organizations, recognition 
and supervision of student organizations and activitie^ 
and their use of facilities, social and special events, stu- 
dent participation in activities, and group absences. 

In conjunction with Student Senate, the Committee on 
Student Affairs fornudates changes to the "Code on Stu- 
dent Affairs." The code is the set of regulations and 
standards governing extracurricular affairs and activities 
of undergraduate students and undergraduate student 
organizations of the University of Illinois. 



Committee — Top row: Dean Edward Stafford, Robert Backoff, Jack Arends, Prof. A. E. Florio, Daniel Seller, Prof R. J. AAutti, Lewis Collens, Prof. P. VanAAiller, Stephen 

Thomas, Prof. Lloyd Phipps, Prof. E. H. Shideler 
Bottom row; Prof. Frances Van Duyne, Sandra Und°rwood, Nancy Swain, Margaret Otto, Dean Miriam Sheldon, Adion Dohme 
Not in panel: Prof. W. M. Johnson, Prof. W. E. Miller 




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Campus Events Regulated 
By Coordination Committee 



The Coordination (^onnnittcc supervises and admin- 
isters regnlations applying to general University events. 
Until this year, Coordinations was a subcommittee of the 
Committee on Student Atiairs, but this year it took on 
the new function of also being a subcommittee of the 
Student Senate. The committee must approve all re- 
quests of student organizations desiring to hold events or 
money raising projects. Also, every spring, the committee 
prepares a calendar of events for the coming year. 

Membership on the committee includes two faculty 
members, the Dean of Student Activities, and eight stu- 
dents representing various activities on campus. This 
year the committee has made an evaluation of last year's 
Shcequon, drawn up criteria for ajjproving two o'clock 
night dances, anil a]jproved events ranging from hula 
hoop and tug-of-war contests to Star Comse concerts. 
Now in its eleventh year, the committee has been instru- 
mental in preventing program conflict and undue com- 
petition among student organizations. 




ROBERT BACKOFF, Chairman 



Committee — Top row: Allen Gerstein, James Albright, Suzanne Haines, Joseph Glass 

Bottom row: Robert Backoff, Nancy Swain, Dean Vernon Hampton, Jean Draegert, Kamlynn Keyes 

Not in panel: Professor Lloyd Phipps 




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IF Council Adopts Active Training Creed 




PHILLIP DRESSEL, President 



Recognizing the need lor changing the present Hell 
Week of initiation, the Intertraternity Council 
adopted the Active Training Creed. The creed bars 
fire drills, paddling, walkouts, personal services to 
actives, and "any action that would bring unfavorable 
and degrading criticism upon the fraternity and the 
fraternity system as a whole." 

The creed calls for a re-examination of the goals of 
pledge training, and one of its chief functions is to 
build class unity and enable each pledge to work with 
the rest of the pledge class. 

It was noted that there was a 47 percent increase in 
the number of pledges over the average of the last five 
years. "It is reasonable to assume that at least some 
of this increase comes from the institution of the 
creed," said Charles Warwick, fraternity dean. 

A 75 percent drop in the depledging rate and a fi 
percent increase in the number of pledges making in- 
itiation grades indicated that the Active Training 
Creed was a step towards a better fraternity system. 



Executive Committee — Top row: Don Long, Paul Dittmer, Dan Seller, Roger Groth, Al Gerstein, Charles Bills, Dave Rademacher 
Bottom row: Conrad Lantz, Phillip Dressel, Thomas Hornsby, Al Jaffe, Gordon Bergett, Ken Kreurziger 




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IF Council Representatives — Top row: Neal Eckert, Joseph Helms, John Cross, Dick Deough, Richart Hague, Paul Bowman, Bill Lowry, Donald Greenlee 

Second row: James Tough, Darrel Gieseking, Robert Troutt, Jim Gardner, Ned Snow, Joe Miller, Marvin Dennis, Dave Laufer, Charles Zartman, Dave Wade, Tim Swain 

Bottom row: Dick Dudley, Chester Elias, Bill Blake, Dave Lipson, Jerry Steinberg, Mickey Green, Pete Weiss, Al Becker 



The (louncil has inanv aiinu;!l projects, such as IF 
Pa jama Rates and Cihristmas parties lor unclerprivileged 
chilchcn. IF also sends speakers to high schocjls and 
P'FA's to prcjniote university life and fraternity living. 

IF works closely with the Panhellenic Council in spon- 
soring Greek Week, a week devoted to the purpose of 
])ronioting fraternity and sorority life on campus. The 
two organizations also join in publishing a monthly 
newspaper, Tlie lUigrcck. 



The Comic il is the legislative body of the fifty-seven 
fraternities on campus. Canrent problems concerning 
scholarship, activities, rushing, finances, pledge training, 
house management, and public relations are di.scussed 
at regular meetings. 

Each year new prcjlilems arise, biu the Council, with 
its fine sj)irit and cooperation, always ;ittempts to im- 
prove the status of fraternities on the campus of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 



IF Council Representatives — Top row: Tony McCarthy, Tom Nolan, Floyd Dollerhid;, Gail Thwing, Bob Sullivan, Al Deuleschoward, Pete Klein, John Baker, Bob Condon, 

John Morse 
Second row: Art Berman, Art Glassman, Don Metzger, Don Wolfram, Jerry Roeske, Wade Buckles, Bill Barr, Hank Lang, Alan Swanson, Bill Johnson 
Bottom row; Don Ulrich, Conrad Lantz, Alan Jaffe, Don Long, Paul Dittmer, Dean Charles Warwick, Al Gerstein, Gene Fickel 




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Top row: Dsn Seller, Paul Dittmsr, Don Long, Dean Charles Warwick, Phil Dressel, Conrad Lantz 

Bottom row: Irving Schwartz, William L. Julian, Professor William Ferguson, Professor Karl Gradner, T. C. AAooney 

Not in panel: Dean Francis J. Koenig 



Board Of Fraternity Affairs Advises IF 



In aiming to formulate the general policies ot the In- 
terfraternity Council the Board has as its fimdamental 
goal the task of developing fraternities to the point where 
they will have their proper place in the University. 

The Board of Fraternity Affairs, composed of three 
faculty fraternity men, three local fraternity alimini, the 
five elected officers of the Interfraternitv Council, and 



the Dean of Fraternity Men, advises the Interfraternitv 
Council on all phases of fraternity life. The board also 
serves as a board of appeals for judicial committee de- 
cisions, being the final authority on Coimcil violations. 
Chairman of the Board is Professor William Ferguson. 
Interfraternity Coimcil President, Phil Dressel, serves in 
the capacity of vice-chairman. 



Organized interfrafernity events, such as the bike race in spring, are among some of the more informal cooperative activities. 




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Jr. IF Inaugurates 
Big Ten Conference 



"Pin and Packlle Ball" in January, an Easier 
Egg Hunt and an orphans' picnic in the spring 
marked Jr. IF activities. Throughout the year 
the Council works at various University events 
such as Homecoming and High .Schcjol Circus, 
and this year it inaugiuated the Big l^n Jimior 
Interfraternity Ccjimcil Conlerence in the spring 
of the school year. 

Besides serving as a training grcnuul lor Sen- 
ior Intertraternity activities, the Jiuiior Inter- 
iraternity Coimcil has three main objec tives: the 
stimulation of pledge class interest in the affairs 
ol the University, the maintenance oi pledge 
class grades on a satislactory level, and the in- 
vestigation lor the improvement ol such things 
as rushing procedmes and (ireek-lndependent 
relations. 



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CONNIE LANTZ, President 



Junior Interfraternity Council — Top row: Paul Tyner, Ken Reng, Herman Waltemate, Eugene L. Kachelle, Michael Wood, Dan Holden, Chuck Bateson, George 
Montgomery, Edmond O'Donnell, Dave Kuhn, Bruce Johnson, Bill Ames, Bob Drapeau, Terry Russell, Larry Lincoln, John Eaton 

Fourth row: Robert Swallow, Dan Hoyt, Don Simborg, Greg Liptak, Dave Heideman, Bruce Benson, Bob Hill, Gene Lemon, Lance Schiller, Alvin Reitz, Paul Pren- 
tiss, Roy Logan, Chuck Henness, Jack Goggin, Edward Colby 

Third row: Mart Nurmet, Jon Borus, Dennis Hess, Carl Allison, Stanley Weber, Ken Kreutziger, Jerry Manley, Douglas Nichols, James Williams, Bill Tushaws, Darryl 
MIenek 

Second row; Dave Migit, Stuart Shapiro, Burt Weinstein, Russ Christiansen, Robert Coakley, Phillip Deal, Henry Cornet, Rollie Earley, John Butler 

Bottom row: Jim Rice, Al Barger, Howard Peters, Keith Cripe, Don Arenz 





Pat Long is crowned Queen of IF Ball 



Playboy Magazine Theme 
Prevails at 1958 IF Ball 




At tlic L'niversity oi Illinois, the month of April is 
marked by two distinct, but quite different items. The 
first of these is those darn ol" April showers that some- 
how manage to fall every day just as classes are dismiss- 
ing. 

The second event comes but one night during April, 
but it alone helps us to forget those miserable April 
rains. This night is the night of the Interfraternity 
Council Ball, when \ou can take your fairest of the fair 
and, for a change, enjoy yomself. 

The IF Ball of 1958 had the theme "Tie and Tails 
Ball." The decorations were based on the trademarks of 
Playboy magazine: beautiful girls and rabbits. In fact, 
there was a huge, twenty foot paper rabbit near the en- 
trance to Huff Gym, where the ball was held. A picture 
of the rabbit later appeared in Playboy, accompanied b\ 
an article on the dance. 

Miss Pat Long, a member of Pi Beta Phi soroiit) and 
sponsored by Phi Ciamma Delta Iraternity, reigned as 
(jueen of this year's dance. She wore the purple velvet 
( rown, which contained the ])ins of all the fraternities in 
the Interfraternity Council. The music was furnished 
bv the Ralph Marteirie organization. 



Committee — Top row: John Bussjager, Jim Smocic, 
Mil^e O'Beirne, Frank Voris, Darreil Lohmeier, Al 
Landeck 

Sacond row: Casey Schneider, Al Till, Ed Nellesson, 
Al Lorenz, chairman; Walt Schramm 

Bottom row: Daryl Strahan, Greg Jordan, Tom Welch 



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Clockwise, lower left: Carol Green, Millie Hepfer, June Frifsch, Sandy 
Grossman, Sue Langston, Katie Kendeigh, chairman; Carol Enrico 



Dancing ceases as the Four Preps draw couples' attention. 



Ideal Sorority Girls Presented at Dance 



Highlighling the Panhelleiiic: Ball, "Beaux Arts Ball," 
vviis the presentation of the twenty-eight Ideal Sorority 
(.iris. Each I(le;tl Ciirl was chosen by the members ol her 
house as the girl most representative of the high ideals, 
standards, and goals set forth by her sorority. The girls 
were introduced by master of ceremonies Dan Seller. Fol- 
lowing the jjresentalion of the I95S Ideal C.irls, an im- 
mense net holding hundreds of b;dloons was released 



from the ceiling and the colorful balloons were let loose 
to Moat over the dance floor. The Four Preps enter- 
tained with their popular selections of top times, and 
Blue Barron provided the music for dancing. 

The Ideal Girls were honored at a bancjuet on Novem- 
ber 5, at the Town and Country restainant at which time 
.Miss Patricia Cross, Dean of Sorority Women, addressed 
the group. 



Ideal Girls: Nancy Evans, Alpha Chi Omega; Georgia Ford, Alpha Delta Pi; Myrna Brand, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mary Leonard, Alpha Gamma Delta; Clotilde Phelps, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha; Joanne Glaesar, Alpha Omicron Pi; Elaine Danley, Alpha Phi; Jean Draegert, Alpha Xi Delta; Alex Michale, Chi Omega; Sue Haines, Delta Delta 
Delta; Barbara Reardon, Delta Gamma; Leigh Nathenson, Delta Phi Epsilon; Shirley Alexander, Delta Sigma Theta; Barbara Seed, Delta Zeta; Gerry Rader, Gamma 
Phi Beta; Muriel Rosin, lota Alpha Pi; Barbara Watkins, Kappa Alpha Theta; Nancy Hurt, Kappa Delta; Carol Walker, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Joyce Lutz, Phi Mu; 
Rita Stone, Phi Sigma Sigma; Lois Lee Rucker, Pi Bera Phi; Joan Greenberg, Sigma Delta Tau; Betty Jo Hulka, Sigma Kappa; Kay Lash, Sigma Sigma Sigma; 
Diane Pettingell, Theta Upsilon; Lucy Neet, Walnut Hill; Rita Borri, Zeta Tau Alpha 




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Panhel Aims For Good Scholars And Leaders 




Panhellenic is the governing antl jjolicy-making body for the 
iwenty-sevcn sororities on campus antl lor Walnut Hall, the Pan- 
hellenic dorm for sorority transfer students. Good scholarship, 
high social standards and participation in worth-while activities 
are Panhel's goals. Executive committee, co-ordinator for the vari- 
ous departments in Panhellenic, makes policy recommendations 
to the presidents of the houses in President's Council, which is 
the legislative body of Panhellenic. Ser\ing on Executive com- 
mittee are the foiu^ officers, senior chairmen, pledge advisers of 
the five departments, Shi-Ai president, public relations chairman, 
and senate representative. Each sorority sends a representative to 
the meetings of the pledge, social, scholarship, activity, and rush- 
ing chairmen. Panhellenic activities include Greek Week, Pan- 
hellenic Ball, the Fall Scholarship Dessert, and the Spring Ban- 
<]uet, wliich honor individual and house scholarship. 

Junior Panhellenic, coinposed of all the sorority pledges on 
campus, is organized into four departments: presidents, activit\ 
chairmen, social chairmen, and scholarship chairmen. Although 
each of these departments carries on separate activities, all ideas 
and projects are coordinated through the Junior Panhellenic 
Executive Committee. 



CAROLYN MEADORS, President 



Executive committee — Top row: Ardith Lamps, Susan Haines, Margo Kriege, Virginia Riser, Joan Greenberg, Diana Dramp, Beth Dohme, Jerri Johnson, Bonnie Anderhub, 

Nancy Evans, Carole Brandt 
Bottom row: Melinda Bresee, Gerry Rader, Carolyn Meadors, Miss Patricia Cross, adviser; Adion Dohme, AAyrna Brand 




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Junior PanheUenic execorive commitree: Brenda Braun, president; Mary Sue Drendel, scholarship chairman; Penny Peterson, activity chairman; Christene Stearns, social 
chairman 



The purpose of Junior PanheUenic organization is to 
help pledges become aware of their responsibilities as 
campus citizens and as members of PanheUenic. New 
pledges first come into contact with Junior PanheUenic 
at the All-Pledge Welcome in the fall. Tlie Pledge Ban- 
quet, the House Mother's Tea, and the Mid-Term Schol 



arship Recognition are projects sponsored during the 
year. 

In addition to these jjrojects, each junior department 
devotes time to strengthening the leadership qualities of 
its own members through discussion groups and ex- 
changes of ideas. 



Presidents council — Top row: Lucy Neet, Merle Kuyrkendalt, Alexis Michale, Virginia Riser, Peg Stamer, Barbara Watkins, Sonya Monrow, Joyce Lutz, Joan Greenberg, 

Jean Draegert, Joanne Glaeser, Nancy Swikle, Joyce Carmel 
Second row: Mary Leonard, Carole Walker, Myrna Brand, Adion Dohme, Miss Patricia Cross, Carolyn Meadors, Gerry Rader, Shirley Hill, Barbara Langley 
Bottom row: Judy Higgins, Clotilda Phelps, Pal Bell, Sandra Bonjean, Rita Stone, Joanne Ivens, Nancy Evans, Muriel Rosin, Barbara Reardon, Gorigia Ford 




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Representatives of the individual houses meet weekly to formulate policy 



STEVE LUCAS. President 



Residence Halls Form Fifth Housing Group 



^^RHA became a fitth housing group in the spring ol 
1958. The approximately twenty-eight hundred residents, 
including those in the newly constructed halls, made the 
move necessary. The Halls have a complete governing 
body capable ot handling all their internal aftairs. 

The legislative bodies ol MRHA are the Presidents' 
Council and Executive Council. The Presidents' Council 
is made up ol iMRH house presidents and all committee 



chairmen. Presidents' Council acts upon matters con- 
terning the member houses and acts as a liaison between 
resident hall management and the residents. 

The Exec utive Council consists ol five members elec ted 
Irom and by the Presidents' Council. The area ol re- 
sponsibility ot Executive Council includes lormulaiion 
ol policy lor the Associaticjn, consideration ol campus 
issues, and representation ol the Association on campus. 



Discussion plays an important part in the 
government of the Men's Residence Halls. 




Executivo Committee — Top row: Georqe Willhtte, Jim Smith, Ken Brynjolfsson, John Pennington 
Bottom row: Cal Sifferd, Steve Lucas, Gary Bronstein, Leon Knowles 




House Presidents — Top row: Dave Tygett, Allan Wolff, Ross Smith, Gerald Whee'er, John Johnson, Chester Grenda, James Muskal, Tcm Hem.Tiinger, Ken Gungi 
Second row: Donald Johnson, Clarence Crooks, George Willhite, John Djerf, Karl Lindberg, Dave Schutz, James Trefil, Ken Brynjolfsson, Ron Fritsch, Edw^ard Ebel 
Bottom row: Jim Seybold, Jay Daskal, Jim Young, Robert Frame, Ira Kephart, R:>nald Gendrich, Bernie Bishop, Jim Grubs 



MRHA serves the individual resident by providing 
facilities for advancement scholastically, athletically, and 
socially, as well as fostering greater fellowship and de- 
veloping group leadership and initiative. 

Included in MRHA sponsored activities are dances, 



ranging from the annual formal ball to weekly record 
dances; the Association newspaper, the Rcz Herald; free 
movies; a speaker program; and an art show. 

MRHA tries in every wav to make its members' home 
away from home a better one. 



Officers — Top row: Dave Levy, John Pennington, Louis Feingold, Joe Spadero, Ken Neumann, Art Lasin 

Second row: Jerry Kitchen, Ronald Otto, Jim Galinsky, John Tickner, James Trefil, Alan Drum, Gary Bronstein, Ira Lerner 

Bottom row: Mike Adier, Leon Knowles, Steve Lucas, Don Doyle, Bob Richter, Harold D'Orazio 




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Committee — Top row: Jim Galinsky, Ed Dweck, Dick Shermon 
Bottom row: Ken Archer, Joe Spadaro, chairman; Dave Bloom 



Judy Draznik was crowned queen of the dance. 



First MRHA Dance Features Roger Williams 




Roger Williams entertained during an hour concert. 



Mii.sic by renowned Roger Williams highlighted the 
first annual MRHA ball held November 8 in Hiiit 
Ciymnasium. Dance rhythms anil moody melodies pro- 
vided by Jimmy Featherstone and his orchestra were 
enjoyed by the nine hmKlred couples who attentlcd 
the gala event. 

Spotlights focused on Miss Judy Draznik who \\as 
crowned queen of the ball in ceremonies that took 
]jlace during the intermission. Gerianne Salone. San- 
dee Goldberg, Nancy Minnis, Ani\ Thomas, and 
Y\onne Barta made up the lo\el\ cjueeti's couit. 

Roger A\'illiams pleased his enthusiastic audience 
\vhen he struck up the tune that rocketed him to fame, 
'■.\utiunn Lea\es," anil his performance Avas consid 
erably lengthened as he acknowledged their rousing 
applause. The affair, billed "For Lovers Only," wav 
marked for the mood b\ decorations cut in the shape 
of hearts and suspended artistically about the hall. 



Whether dancing to Featherstone's music or sitting and listening to Roger Williams, the guests at the dance had a memorable evening. 




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Club Sno-Ball had a pleasant night club atmosphere enjoyed by many couples. 

Sno-Ball Is A Big Hit 

Bonnie Melnick rcignccl as queen o[ the annual Sno-Ball dance 
which is co-sponsored by Men's Independent Association and the 
Women's Group System. The early winter affair was held in the 
mini Union ballroom and a capacity crowd ot approximately 350 
couples moved in rhythm to melodies jjrovided by Johnny Rinaldo's 
band. 

Club Sno-Ball offered a new twist for tired and thirsty dancers. 
A separate room was accommodated with tables and chairs, a coke 
bar, and music by the Dave Hutson Quartet. Many couples found 
the coke bar a delightful change of pace, especially those more adroit 
in the use of words than in the movement of feet. 




Bonnie Melnick, Sno-Ball Queen 



Committee — Top row: Jim AAolenaar, Bobbe Johnson, Floyd Roberts, Maxine Kessie, Jim Melton 
Bottom row: Rene Gaiennie, Harriette Elman 




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MARGRET OTTO, President 



WGS Leads Independent 
Women, Their Activities 

The imiltitiicle ol wide-spieacl activities engaged in by in- 
dependent, undei graduate women are coordinated and super- 
vised tliroiigh the sell governing Women's Ciroiip System. The 
organization promotes leadership, lellciwship, high scholar- 
ship, and it prompts girls to interest themselves in campus 
activities. The Executive Council acts as an advisory board 
lor Ireshman programs, handles scholastic inquiries, assists 
in planning of various activities, and exercises initiative by 
encouraging members to develop a well balanced social pro- 
gram. Officers of WGS make up the Coimcil along with the 
major chairman, and the lacully adviser, I^ean Harrison. 

Each year WGS and Men's Independent Association spon- 
sor, plan, and promote both Dads Day Revue and Sno-Ball, 
an annual dance. An organizational newspaper is published 
to keep the girls inlormed on contemporary issues and to 
stimulate interest in controversial issues. Scholarship and ac- 
tivity awards teas, coffee hours, and mixer dances are other 
events initiated l)y the organization. 

The primary piupose of Freshman Board is to voice prob- 
lems of the freshman and to encoinage them to become active 
in WGS programs. 



Executive committee — Top row: Nancy Thompson, Virginia 
Coombes, Dean Mary Harrison, Millie Bissi, Alice Shogar 

Second row: Kathy Hameder, Bonnie Moline, Barbara Tobar, 
Esther Hirsh, Margret Otto, Ruth Ann Hoogerworf 

Bottom row: Bonnie Melnick, Karen Kelley 



Dads Day Revue, co-sponsored by WGS and MIA, pro- 
vides fun and laughter for many lllini Dads. 





Freshman board — Top row: Helen Rolston, Theressa Siratton, Millicent Bissi, Patricia McComb 
Third row: Lyn Rossetti, Barbara Hodam, Jackie Wilheimsen, Mary Ellen Cowan, Joann Mohr, Annemarie Klink 
Second row: Gail Emiund, Honey Goldberg, Jo Ludwig, Georgie Swartz, Audrey Wilhelms, Judith Leonard, Carol Elson 
Bottom row: Yolanda Soucie, Barbara Weiss, Margie Kastel, Anne Glickman, Iris Charvat, Mary Ann Lyme, Rita DiSimone, Marsha Hearst 

Not in panel: Glenneth SchoM, Donna Kaspervick, Gail Miller, Judy Laird, Nancy Berry, Judy McLean, Terry Persnick, Peggy Carter, Anna Mary Hays, Ann Sur- 
pless, Carol Farber, Tippy Bietel, Diana West, Toni Greene, Libby Horvich, Pat McComt 



Second council — Top row: Sarah Hofsas, Jeanine Elliott, Marion Banish, Kathleen Redington, Judy Fahnstrom, Mary Mead, Anita Kliefield, Sandra Greenleaf, 
Dorothy Baran, Susan Rypstat, Eleanor Masters, Connie Kensicki, Helen Maurer, Hariette Ellman, Barbara Hartstein, Emma Lee Anderson 

Second row: Cynthia Allen, Anne Eastburn, Deloris Gregory, Sandra Lehman, Norma Deardorff, Britt Liljeros, Kathryn Stefanich, Beverly Arent, Jeanne Blever, 
Donna Searing, Janet Little 

Bottom row: Nancy Thompson, Karen Kelly, Beverly Barr, Kathy McElroy, Janice Keren, Roz Lieber, Barbara Tripp, Marguerite Davis, Janice Gangwer, Judy Hord, 
Bernadette Londak, Jan Douglas 




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Chairmen — Top row: Ken Brady, Fred AAcGuire, Paul Hasz 
Bottom ro\v: Jon Moulton, Dave Hanson, Roger Hiags 



KEN BRANCH, President 



MIA Governs Men s Independent Houses 



The Men's Independent As.socialit)n of the University 
ot Illinois is the representative body ol the organi/eil 
independent men's houses on camptis. Governing powei 
of tlie group is maintained in the Monday Council, com- 
posed of representatives from each of the member houses. 
The MIA Board of Directors, which consists of the 
elected officers, the various service directors, and special 
representatives to other campus organizations, aitls the 



i\Ionda\ C;<nnuil in administering policy and acts as the 
steering committee for the organization. Another acting 
Ixxly ol the organization is the Fatuity Advisor\ Board, 
which offers information and suggestions about subjet ts 
affecting the organization. 

Active in promoting scholarship, athletics, and social 
events, MIA attempts to give the independent male stu- 
dent a solid backgiound in all aspects of campus life. 



Board of directors: Guy Marella, Phil Gritten, Jim Allbright, Ci Sheridan, Ed Gardner, Ken Branch, Ken Morrissey, Lew CoMens, Don Margolis, Lew Frazier 




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Faculty advisory board — Top row: Tom Morgan, Cal Sifferd, Gibbon Butler, Dave Opperman 
Bottom row: Eldon Park, Eugene Scholes, Robert Culp 



The Association gives the independent student the op- 
portunity to ha\'e a \()ice in campus issues affecting him. 
The Monchiy Council discusses and evahiates the campus 
problems brought before it and lormulates MIA's official 
position. 

MIA, with Women's Ciroup System, co-sponsor the an- 
nual Sno-Ball dance, and Dads Day Revue. Dads Day 
Revue consists of short skits or musical comedies given 
by paired men and women's houses. 



Another major activity sponsored by MIA during the 
school year is the scholarship awards banquet. In addi- 
tion, (offee hours and mixers are sponsored by MIA in 
conjunction with other organizations. 

As a result of its efforts on behalf of independent stu- 
dents at the University of Illinois, MI,\ has achieved out- 
standing recognition among other members of the Na- 
tional Independent Students Association as one of the 
finest independent student groups in the nation. 



The Men's Independent Association Monday Council in action. Many very important issues have been decided at meetings like these. 





ini Union's Cultural and Recreational Facilities 
Enjoyed by Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni 



The mini Union is the community center of the Uni- 
versity ol Illinois, serving the entire Ihiiversity family ol 
studenis, l;i( iihy ;intl sCid, ;ilunnn', :md guests. Besides ol- 
lering many services and facilities, ihe Union is an organ- 
i.alion with a well-considered .ind well-developed |)ro- 
gram ol a(iiviiy designed lo losiei and ctKouiage the 
sound (ulldial and re( icational lile ol ihe siudeiits. 

The llliin' Union has oiten been referred to as the 
(ampus "living room" lor siudents. it |)rovi(les a (cnlial 
meeting phue lor hoih indi\ idiials and groups. Through 
'>'•! iIh- day the \faiii Lounge is dotted with studenis 
ii;idjiig ;iu<l relaxing. 

On su( h special (ucasions as i lomec oniiug, the Union 
is the Ik ad(|uai teis loi the lest i\ it ies, with iidoiuial g.ilh 



erings of alunmi in the inorning and daiues in the Hall- 
loom in the evening. 

Many ol the l!l,()()0 siudiiits on tin- Illinois (ampiis 
uly almost e\(lusi\(l\ on llu' Union calt'teiia lor food 
sti\i(C'. SludeiUs alsoeujoN the huilities in the howling 
alleys, the !)illiai(l looni, and the hiowsing room. The 
coudortahle atmosplnre ol llu' Uoloni.d Room pioxides 
an ideal spot lor diiniei with patents or d.Ues. 

In Room ,SL'2 the lllim' Union olleis d.iiU e\idiuie of 
student .uli\it\ to ])i()\ide the Uuixersitx with ne.uh 
thiit\ i(( lealion.d .nid s(r\i(c piogi.uus. I'his a(li\il\ 
piogram, (he llliui Uiuon Studeiu \(li\ilies, .ittempls 
to l)c .HI iutcgi.d .ind ( ouirihiuing p.u i ol the students' 
(•(lu( ,il ion.d expel ieiu C. 



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Top row: Kermit Clark, Robert 

McNabb, Art Sawyer, Clarence 

Leverenz 

Bottom row: Irene Pierson, Susie 

Teegardsn, Alice Hurt, Chuck 

Wertz, Stella Cameron, Marjorie 

Arkwright, Betty Miller 




Eleven Member Administration Directs Union 



Over .sixteen years ago, in ]'J41, the lllini Union Build- 
ing was opened to the students, alumni, tacidty, and vis- 
itors of the University of Illinois, with the mammoth 
purpose of serving everyone. Since that time, hundreils 
of thousands of people have u.sed the Union, all of them 
adding impetus to the reason for its existence. 

The lllini Union Administration is composed of eleven 
people including the director, the associate director, the 
social director, and three assistants to the director. The 



VERNON KRETSCHMER, Director 



proper ftinctioning and the coordination of the opera- 
tions of the Union is the responsibility of the administra- 
tion. 

Through the efforts of these people, the lllini Union 
has gained wide renown as a service center for the Uni- 
versity. The Union Building is a place where students 
can come to rest, relax, study, or participate in the social, 
recreational, educational, and cultural services which it 
offers to all University students. 



EARL FINDER, Associate director 




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IRENE PIERSON, Director 



Left — Assistant directors: Gretchen Myers, 
Elizabeth Hunter, Jeanne Nordstrom, Ed Barth 



Skilled Leaders Promote Activity Standards 



The Social Director and four program advisers help 
students develop the cultural, recreational, educational, 
and social interests of the student body and the Univer- 
sity. This purpose is accomplished by programs which 
aid in leadership and provide opportunities for students 
to develop skills in human relations. 

The staff is concerncil with educational experience out- 
side the classroom. Correlating the academic programs 
with the social programs and services, they are concerned 
with each individual student becoming a vital person 
with a well-rounded jjersonality. The social program 
teaches students "the fine art of living" and considers 



social li\ing and recreation a part of college experience. 

liy helping the student to learn to make the best use 
of leisure time resources in a way that will contribute 
most to the individual personality, the Union Social 
Programs De])artment realizes another purpose. 

To provide continuity and to handle the administra 
tion of the many activity programs is the function of the 
mini Union Board. Its membership consists of eight 
senior directors, five student representatives of Univer- 
sity housing groups, three faculty members, an alumni 
representative, and the I^irector and Social Director ol 
the mini Union. 



Union Board — Top row: Leon Knowles, Dean Harold Hannah, Lew Coliens, Dan Lang, Earl Tinsr, Del Denby, Len Arentsen 

Boltom row: Judy Hayes, Karen Kelly, Adion Dohme, Susie Teegarden, Dr. Robert Harvey, Miss Irene Piersen, Edith Boyd, Barbara Gordon 

Not in panel: Grace Lemke, Linda Barter, Nancy Swain, Dean Pierce 




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NANCY SWAIN, Vies President 



SUSIE TEEGARDEN, President 



Able Work of Officers Aids Success of Union 



! Through the aid and leadership oi directors and student 
officers ol the Union, the Activities program helps all Uni- 
(\'ersity students to establish a favorable balance between 
their academic and social experiences at the I'niversity ol 
Illinois. They also regulate all of the manv activities on 
'campus. 

mini Union Student Acti\ilies is the one of a nunibei 
of student organizations thai pays attention to the social 
and emotional sides of life. Jt pro\ ides the University with 
more than thirt\ jjrograms consisting of social activities, 
musical programs, stage and screen presentations, instruc- 
tional programs, educational programs, games and tomna- 
ments, sjiecial programs, and service programs. 




LEN ARENTSEN, Treasurer 



The Second Annual Sheequon event provides fun — and headaches — for all those who participate. The parade below is a good indication. 




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EDIE BOYD, Director 



Right: Major chairmen — Top row: Myron Carpenter, Paul Magelli, Ken 

Johnson 
Bottom row: Ann Ferry, Sue JefFries, Judy Ent 




Department A 



MOTHERS DAY 
PEP RALLIES . . 



MUSIC HOURS . . . FORUMS AND TOWN MEETINGS 
. . . . STUNT SHOW CLUB SOPHISTICATE 




Subchairmen — Top row: Helen Jacobs, Sam Kirkjian 

Second row: Sue Burgin, Jerry Latta, Chet McKee 

Eotrom row: Marilyn Murray, Judy Terp, Debbie Rothholtz, Helen Ruopp, 

Lisa Grable 
Not in panel: Carle Kogan, Rich Ruppet 



Subchairmen — Top row. Sally Smith, Doug Sparits, Tom Oiler, Carol Olin 
Bottom row; Kay O'Brien, Ann Whiteley, Ann Morgan, Marilyn Morgan, Jan 

Meadors 
Not in panel: Judy Moss Bill Yonan, Herb Crane 




An authentic night club atmosphere may be louiu' 
five times yearly at Night Lights, held in the Illini Union 
Ballroom. The purpose ot Night Lights is to provide in 
expensive student entertainment tor the campus stu 
dents. An inlormal arrangement ot tables around tli< 
door serve as the setting tor relaxation and retreshments 
Decorations arc centered around a particular theme ol 
the season, such as Hallowe'en, Dads Day, and Georiir 
Washington's Birthday. 

Forums and 1 own Meetings provide cidtine along llie 
speaker line in such programs as, "Speaking ot Book>," 
and "Forums. " The annual presentation ot Dickens' A 
Christmas Carol by Dr. Paul Landis before the Christ 
mas vacation is arranged by the committee. | 

For one weekend in May, the Mothers Day committee' 
plans special events omitted by other activities on cam- 
pus antl coordinates them with the weekend to honoi 
and entertain the mothers. The Illini Mom, selected by 
a drawing, is the honored guest tor the entire weekend. 
She is presented at many ot the shows and is given tickets 
to any of the events whidi she desires to attend. Tlie 
Mothers Association works closelv witli this committee, 
especially in planning the (oilec hour. .Xrrangements 
are also m;ide lor programs telling ot all e\ents ot tlu' 
weekend, tor the cjucen contest ;md coronation. ;nul loi 
the honorary procession. 

The oldest ot the Illini Union StudcMU Acti\ities. am! 
also one ot the most acli\e this \e;ir. is tiie Music Hom- 
committec. I'his group |)ians. pul)hci/es. and anan^c^ 
|)rogi;mis ol classiciil, scnii c lassie al. and c oiUempoi ,ii \ 
music daiK lioni .S:()() to '):[W in the W'edgewoocI lounge. 
Music like that ol the iiuisic iiouis is lo;ined lice ot 
(liaigc l)\ ilic rccoul Iciidnig lihi.nv. which is s|)ons()iecl 
l)\ ilic ( ommiltce. Spec i;d piogianis dining llic Clnisl- 
m;is se;ison were ]>ul on ;mcl scxcial \i\r piogi.ims were 
conchicted by giaduaie siuclcnts. 



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itunt Show is an exciting event to attend on Homecoming. 



I "Beat the Badgers" and "Whip the Wolverines" were 
Itypical (hants heard at the Frichiy night pep ralhes be- 
ilore each home lootball game, lliis year tor the first 
time a pep rally belore an away game was sponsored 
;by the Pep Rallies connnittee so tliat the lllini would 
|be cheered to victory. The Pep Rallies committee or- 
ganizes the program by contacting the band, cheerleatl- 
ers, coach and other speakers. This season Chiel: Illiniwek 
(danced at all the rallies. 

' The last showing ol Stunt Show this year was a com- 
plete sellout. The stunt show committee's success can 
ibe attributed to the members' handling of publicity, 
jphysical arrangements, judges, programs, and awards 
'presentation. Individual entertainment between the acts 
,\vas replaced this year by the playing ol the orchestra. 
'Another leature which was altered from last year's show 
was the awarding of one grand final winner at the last 
show on Saturday night, in lieu of the two winners ol 
each night's perforuKnue. 




Thursday evening Jazz-U draws many to the Union basement. 




Block I has become a favorite tradition at home football games. 



The bonfire in back of Huff Gym was the climax to the pre-game pep rally. The fans marched over from the Union for the fun. 




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DEL DENBY, Director 



Right — Major chairmen: Diane Pettingell, Larry 
Snyder, Marilyn Mann, Ron Fink 



■Mi 


1|K| 


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Department B 



COFFEE HOURS 
HOMECOMING . 



SPRINC; MUSICAL 
. . JAZZ-U-LIRE-IT 



One of the main attractions of Mothers Day weekend 
is the near-professional Spring Musical. It is produced 
primarily by University students. The singing leads, 
chorus parts, and the rest of the cast, entirely composed 
of students, put together their musical talents to create 
another campus spectacular. 

Coifee and a friendly smile are the two ingredients 
for the successful lllini Union Coffee Hours. Providing 
a pleasant atmosphere for students and faculty to get ac- 
quainted, the committee serves free coffee every Thurs- 
day afternoon in the lobby of the Union. Rest and re- 
freshment is very inviting between classes or after the 
activities of the day have let up. 

The University of Illinois was the first school in the 



country to plan a Homecoming, and for forty-eight years 
it has celebrated the big event. Events such as the elec- 
tion of the queen who presides over the weekend and at 
the football game, the house decorations contest in which 
houses enter displays welcoming alums, and nation-wide 
jjublicity are planned by the Homecoming committee. 
To get in the spirit of the weekend. Homecoming badges 
were sold in an all-out effort by many students. 

Every Thursday evening the Jazz-U-Like-It committee 
supervises jazz programs in the Union Tavern. Mem- 
bers contact bands and special performers and arrange 
for the publicity throughout the campus. Each year this 
committee has one program of ja/z which especially in- 
terests the student bodv. 




Subch.iirmnn - Too row: Choi McKee, Tom Roos, Jim Slacs, John Hix.'ur 
Bottom row: J.itk CoiinanI, PauU Borlot, Sharon Thompson, Marilyn Jones 
Not in p«n«l: Judi Johnson 



erry 



V, 



Subch.lirmon: h'dy Biu'hlcr, Nine 

Dobbic Dtivis, Jane Lewis 
Not in panel: Skip Nelson, Nancy Veach, Ken Bonnem, N.inry 

Kircher 



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Left — Major chairmen: Barbara Johns, Jan Reeves, Nancy Grant, 
Bruce Duff, Marguerite Mizelle, Kay Hill 



Department C 



C;AMPUS talent . . . dads day . . . fine arts . . . SHEEQUON 
ILLINI RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS 



The Campus Talent committee liiings together a 
jgroup of University student entertainers in order that 
Ithey might be available when wanted for various shows 
[and programs. 

j Coordinating the many events taking place on Dads 
'Day weekend is the job of the Dads Day committee. The 
[members handle the King-for-a-Day Contest, sell "Illini 
Dad" derbies, and compile Dads Day programs. 

The Fine Arts committee organizes all art shows, con- 
tests, and displays in tiie Union. This year the commit- 
tee held a photography contest and a painting competi- 
tion, and maintained an art lending library. 

To acquaint the incoining University student witii 



Illini Union and other campus activities, the Illini Rela- 
tions committee organizes open houses, displays, and 
panel discussions. It also sponsors the 100 Banquet, hon- 
oring seniors in activities and athletics. 

To further friendship and understanding between 
American and foreign students, the Union has an Inter- 
national Prograins committee. Through various events 
this committee brings students together in friendly at- 
mospheres. 

"Sheequon," the Illini Union's annual <anipus-wide 
spring event, provides entertainment and activity experi- 
ence for thousands of University students. Proceeds go 
lo charity. 




Subchairmen: Jan Hawkins, Alice Shoger, Larry Kuzela, Mary 

Jo Aller, Nita Neal, Laurie Goff 
Not in panel: Vi Thompson, Ken Bonnem, Larry Pearson, 

Lynn AAorley, Ann Drenkhahn 



Subchairmen — Top row: Bernie Wall, Frances Swarfz, Bernice Ferguson, Larry Kuzela, 

Bill Flynn 
Bottom row: Jim Staes, Linda Lingle, Carolyn Curtis, Kay Dangerfleld, Karen Branch, 

Kathy Jackson 
Not in panel: Caria Kogan, Gloria Boyland 



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Major chairmen: Gayle Ruitenb2rg, Kay Lash, Lynn Forest, Dan Wilde, Sharon 
Williams 




LINDA HALE, Director 



Department D 



DANCES . . . INTERNATIONAL FAIR . . . BLOCK I 
HIGH SCHOOL CIRCUS SOCIAL FORUMS 



Much ot the color and spirit at the Illinois football 
games in Memorial Stadium is produced by 2200 stu- 
dents who compose the largest card section in the coun- 
try. Block I committee members are kept busy during 
the football season designing colorful, original stunts and 
putting them into operation. They coordinate their dis- 
plays with the band and with the theme of the weekend. 

Homecoming dances, fall and spring registration 
dances, and football dances are sponsored by the L'nion 
Dance committee. Besides major Union dances, the com- 
mittee holds record dances which are convenient for 
pledge exchanges and informal parties or dates. Free 



dancing lessons arc ollcrcd to interested students while 
casual dances are held in the Union Tavern. 

High School Circus provides entertainment for visiting 
high school students attending the statewide "Elite Eight" 
basketball tournament in March. In the Armory talent 
shows, food booths, and games of skill provide opportu- 
nities for fun and relaxation between the games. 

This year the International Fair was expanded into an 
entire week. On one week night students from four dif- 
ferent countries put on a pageant which represented cer- 
tain customs or rituals characteristic of each particular 
home country. 




Subchdirmon — Top row: Eugenia Smith, Jean Goodman, Nancy Cohcrnour, Don 

Anderson, Neil Hawkins, Chuck Schmidt 
Bottom row: Florio Kogen, Pris Berganio, Mary Collins, Beth Pinnell, Gennie Bentes, 

Phoebe Kosfeid, Janice Tullock, Bob Aton, Douglas Tonkinson 
Not in pan*): Delores Sulchcr, Sue Bandy 



Subchairmen — Second row: Max Olson, Richard Hague, Jeff 
Roski, Bill Yont/, Art Carlson, Bernie Wall 

Bottom row: Boli Aton, Carla Kogan, Dris Wanberg, Lois 
Schauer, Mary Brown, June Fritsch 

Not in panel: Jran Ratcliffe, Ann Drenckhahn, Marilyn 
Stephenson 



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nternational Fair is an annual event put on to give the student body a look into the back- 
rounds of the foreign students on campus. This year, the fair included a full week. 



The pep rally spilled over into a bouncing 
street dance on Green. 



I Friday and Saturday nights were devoted to various shops 
md exhibits which were set up in the Union to exphiin rus- 
oms, tood, and dress of the foreign peoples. Foreign students 
vith diflerent types ol talent reflecting their native land gave 
I variety floor show in the ballroom. 

Social Forums are well known on campus through their 
niormal, after-dinner discussions of social customs and mau- 
lers. Sjjecial groups such as international students as well as 
)rgani/ed houses may benefit from .social fonmis. 



iJads Day Derbies are special crowns for all fathers on their weekerid 




Voting for a Homecoming Queen from all the candidates. 







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GRACE LEMKE. Director 



Major chairmen — Jerry Langkammerer, Mae Mirto, Jerry Roberts 



Department E 



PERSONNEL 



To begin the next year in Illini Union Student Activi- 
ties, conferences are held at Allerton, planned by the 
personnel committee. Major chairmen anil directors are 
instructed for their future positions through workshops 
which evaluate committees and through discussion 
groups which plan the procedure for the next year's pro- 
gram. In the fall there is also a training period for the 
sub-chairmen and committee members by arrangement 
of the personnel committee. Atiother part is the keeping 
of the files of all persons connected with the Union Ac- 
tivities and the rating cards which determine who will 
receive the Bronze, Silver, and Gold Keys at the annual 
Key Banquet, organized by personnel to honor outstand- 
ing achievement in Union activities. 



public;!] A 



UNION MOVIES 



Public information is another basic cxmimittee of th 
Union. .V workshop on publicity, an aid in publicizin 
events most effectively, is held each semester with speal 
ers representing all the media of communication. Catn 
pus View fr())n 322 is pidilishcd several times a year w 
that recognition will be given to outstanding member 
and activities in the Union. A "Poster of the Month " i 
chosen in order to give incentive to others and to recog 
nize quality work. 

On Friday and Satiuclay nights the Auditorium is usii 
ally filled to capacity with movie-goers attending .\meri 
can films. The Lhiion Movies committee arranges fo 
these films, and also for the showing of foreign films ii 
the Cinema Internationale on Sunday evenings. 



Subchairmen — Top row: George Whitney, Mike Joss, Dick Elliott, Ross 

Mayor 
Second row: Linda Lynch, Judy Wright 
Bottom row: Anida Miller, Margie Belsley, Sandy Grossman, Diane Oros, 

Alice Fisher 
Not in panel: Dick Swartz, Bernice Schradski, Tom Roos, Nancy Gardner 



Subchairmen — Top row: Bob Tewes, Nancy Cohernour, Pete Legendre 
Bottom row: June Fritsch, Nita Neal, Bob Lenz, Jo Lodato, Ada Jones 
Not in panel: Gail Pierce, Ida Bartelstein 



i^l? 'is' 





Jniversity Theatre Board — Top row: George Swift, Joseph Scot), Roberi vVhitlatch, Bernard Hewitt, Alan Holaday 
Sottom row: Margaret Heino, Cameron Gullette, Jean Draegert 



University Theatre Has Successful Season 



Over 17,000 persons atlciulccl proiluctions by the Uiii- 
uisitv Theatre chiring the past year and an additional 
lltiOO saw experimental plays on the Workshop Theatre 
stage. Besides j^roviding cain]iiis and (ommunity residents 
[with first class entertainment, the University Theatre offers 
H variety of ()p])()rlunities to humheds of students desiring 
[experience in the various theatre arts. Hard work is a basic 
irequirement of all participants, but this does not eliminate 
fim for theatre life is exciting. The printed page offers tlie 
initial stimulation. Directors, actors, designers and produc- 
tion crews all lend theii imaginations and talents to trans- 
iform the playwright's dream into a reality. Excitement is 
high as the stage manager calls, "Curtain going up!" 

Technical Assistants — Bottom Row: Henry Tharp, Joan Olson, Glen Pierce 
Top Row: Robert Whitlatch, Wilma Dryden, Jim Wallace, Deecham 
Robinson 




JOSEPH SCOTT, Executive director of University Theatre 



MARGARET HEINO, General manager 





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CHARLES SHATTUCK, Director 






CAROL ROBINSON, JENNA VAUGHT 
Assistant personnel managers 

GEORGE SWIFT, Personnel manager 




Man's struggle against flood, fire, pestilence, depression, hate, and 
war, and his ever triumphant getting-out-from-under is told in The 
Skin ol Our Teeth. 

Tryouts Precede Casting 
In Six Annual Productions 

.\ varielN ol plays in a varicly ol st\ks oilers ricii oppoi- 
lunilies to student actors. At the beginning ol each year tiie 
directors hold general tryouts. Actors show their wares 
in hopes that they may one day find themselves cast in one 
ol the six yearly productions. But this is not the onh 
chance. Each director then has individual tryouts for his 
own production. Actors who tried out for and were cast 
in The Skin of Our Tcetli had a chance to perform in a 
presentational style. .\udie:ices had a chance to see the 
ages of man as the announcement was made: "Here come 
the Antiobuses, pithecoid but erect. Pity them, respect 
iliem, enjoy them. They are \ ourselves." 



Lamar Prosser as M.-. Antrobus ard Jci'.n Er£_\\ell £s Henry meet a? 
father and son divided by Great Wars. 




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BARNARD HEWITT, Director 



NANCY BOLDT, Business Manager 



Backstage Work important 

Acting is only one ol the areas ol the University Theatre in 
wliich a student can work. Production crews offer a wide variety 
of jobs that call for imagination and initiative. In the produc- 
tion of Moliere's The IinagDuiry litiialid. costumes, properties, 
and scene painting ofleied a special challenge to crew members. 
The costimies were bright, intricate, and exaggerated in design. 
Special hats and capes added to the gaiety. As if this were not 
enough, costume crews also designed and nrade numerous seven- 
teenth centiny wigs. But the costiune crew members did not have 
all the hni lor properties proved to be ecjually exciting. Many 
large, exaggerated medical implements were necessary to give 
addetl life and sparkle to Moliere's high-spirited farce. Tlie scene 
painters found themselves working in a liright, false perspective. 
Even the floor had to be carefullv laid out and painted. All in 
all, when the Dads invaded the campus for their annual week- 
end, they found prepared lor ihem two and one-half liours of 
theatrical entertainment at its best. 




Tom Waters cavorted in the role of Argan, the 
imaginary invalid. 




Junior managers — Top row: Linda Bond, box office; June Hutchcraft, 
playbill; Charlotte D'Almaine, advertising art; Lynn Bell, house 
management 

Bottom row: Diana Kramp, publicity 



The Imaginary Invalid is a rollicking farce comedy in which both the hypochondriac and the practice of medicine are ridiculed. 




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1^ -'--^^'-'^ ,1 11,^ aiiia ti«iM— — — — Wn 

The gangster Shadow surprised those who thought he had been killed. 



Tense Poetic Drama Set In A Modern World 




Maxwell Anderson has taken an actual situation and transformed it into a beautiful verse drama in Winterset. A young man, believ- 
ing that his father was innocent of the crime for which he was executed, pursued his long search for proof of his innocence. 



EVAN BUCK, Stage manager 



JEAN DRAEGERT, Senate representative 





The Birds concerns the founding of Cloud Cuckooland and its triumphy over ail earthly bores and quacks, its triumph over the Olympian 
gods. It contains Aristophanes' comment on the polytheistic absurdities to which Athenian religion tiad been reduced. 



MERRILL HAHN, Production manager 



Integrated Production 



All procluction jjerscMincl do not work l)t'hiiul the 
scenes. Many people are necessary to keep the business 
end ot the organization functioning smoothly. Publicity 
requires the services of copy writers and advertising ex- 
ecutives. Artists are needed to design and execute posters 
and playbill covers. Ticket sales must be managed and 
usher crews organized to make sure that there are always 
enough people to do the job well. The University The- 
atre functions under a manager system. All areas are set 
up within an organization which tries to perform the 
function of keeping theatrical jjroduction integrated as 
it must be if artistic success is to be achieved. 



Sophomore managers — Top row: Sharon Crawley, Susan Langston, Beverly Kimes, 

John Reynolds, Kathy Forbes, Roger Lee 
Third row; Ruth Cunningham, Marion Eggers, Judith Menke, Mary Brown, Saundra 

Youmars, Joyce Bullack, Merle Kuyrkendahl 
Second row: Eiiissa Weaver, Carolyn Franks, Loretta Alfonsi, Barbara Shubert, 

Margaret McDonald. Carole Luehring, Marge Ba'dwin, Patricia Tiedie 
Bottom row: Corinne Epstein, Judith Lyman, Florie Kogen, Susan Vaughn 




Sophomore managers: Carol Green 
Robinson, costumeo 



make-up; Ruth Hoogerwerf, costumes; Elsie 




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Honor, vengeance, and justice are treated with such powerfu 
imagination in Othello, that the stage ceases to be a small plat- 
form and assumes universal proportions. 




Ewel Cornett, as Othello, and George Gunkle, as lago, starred. 



GENEVIEVE RICHARDSON, Costumiere 

Globe Playhouse Used 

The theatre used a reconstruction ol the stage areas 
ol Shakespeare's Globe Playiiouse lor the EHzabethan 
phiys. 1 he jjriniary vahies in tiiis staging are the ease 
and speed ol presentation, nieaningluhiess ol the 
stage areas, and tonilortable lightness ol the scenic 
huade, which ne\er takes attention irom tiie actois 
and the play. 



Richard III, Shakespeare's master study in diabolism, proved to be highly exciting and a rare opportunity to see Shakespeare at its best. 




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WEBSTER SMALLEY, Supervisor 



JUDITH BELT, Associate general manager 



JOHN CORLISS, 
Associate production manager 



New Approaches And Plays 
Tried In Workshop Theatre 



Workshop Theatre is located in the midcUe ol the Sixth 
Street Building. Six times a year a group ot three one-act 
plays are presented on its small but mighty stage. These 
plays are chosen, cast, and dnected by graduate students. 
Original scripts are presented m the second semester in 
Playwrights' Workshop. Sttidents who have written plays 
submit them to the supervisor ol Playwrights' Workshop. 

Many students have had the opportiuiity to see their 
plays presented and Irom this experience have been able 
to further develop their flair for the dramatic. 



This scene is typical of the productions done in Workshop Theatre. 
New or old, the plays are always stimulating and provocative. 




MARY APEEriZ Supervisor 




GERALD SHRIVER, Manager 
WILLIAM CUNHAM, Manager 

INA STARR, Associate business manager 




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NORMAN SMITH, Personnel 



JOE GLASS, Finance 



Star Course Features World Renown Artists 



Since 1891, Star Course has brought to Illinois classical 
programs in the fields of music, dance, and drama. The 
artists featured in the 1958-59 series included the Danish 
National Orchestra imder the direction of John Frandsen 
and Thomas Jensen, Leonard Warren, Zino Francescatti, 
Leon Fleisher, George Shearing, Louis Armstrong, Ma- 
rian Anderson, and the Roger Wagner Chorale. 

Star Course, a student-operated activity, is conducted 
on a strict non-profit basis, under the auspices of the 



University Concert and Entertainment Board. This 
board, composed of six faculty members and six students, 
selects the artists antl makes all final decisions concerning 
the operations of the artists and the operations of the or- 
ganization. Two senior managers are the over-all direc- 
tors of Star Course, one in charge of finance and one in 
charge of personnel. Both senior managers are aiuomat- 
ically membeis of the University Concert and Entertain- 
ment Board. 




Concert and Enlerldinment Bojrd — Top row: C. C. DeLong, Norman Smilh, Duane Branigan, Jan Bach, Morris Carter, Joe Glass 
Bottom row: A. H. Lancour, Peter Ydnkwich, chairman; Lynd Wertheim 
Not in panel: Delores Darby, John Frey, Thomas Johnston 



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CAROLE STACKHOUSE, Public relations 
SUZANNE HAINES, Personnel manager 



Working directly iiiulcr the senior managers are eigiit 
junior managers who supervise pul)licity, adseriismg. 
tickets, public relations, concert arrangements, personnel, 
physical plant, and office management. It is the duty ol 
the junior managers to organize each concert into a smooth- 
running unit by arranging lor staging, lighting, ushering, 
programming, securing ac commendations lor the artists, 
and accjuainting sophomores with eac h phase oi Star Clourse. 




KAY McLEY, Publicity 
PAUL BENNETT, Advertising 



DONALD DOHERTY, Concert arrangement 
DOUGLAS LAPP, Physical plant 



ELIZABETH MICHENER, Office manager 
ROBERT JOHNSTON, Ticket manager 





Sophomore managers — Top row; Bernard Gaudi, Darrell Lohmeier, Tom Welch, Alan Lopalka, Peter Aikman, Jim Stein, Jim Lashbrook 

Bottom row: Kay O'Brien, Joan Dilatush, Joan Davis, Jan Weadors, Karen Arentsen, J jnet Tansley, Nancy Klindera, Francis Wertheim, Sue Burgin, Lisa Grable 

Not in panel; Beverly Kimes, Jane Lemme, Martha Solomon, June Wagner, Bill Sanders, Paul Tingleff, Doug Tonkinson, Jack Westover, Jack Widholm 



A very essential branch of Star Course is the sopho- 
more staff, totaling fifty members. The sophomores are 
divided into four committees, each led by two junior 
managers. To acquaint the sophomores with each phase 



of Star Course, they are given individual assignments at 
weekly committee meetings. Besides ushering at concerts, 
sophomores are in charge of apportioning jobs to the 
freshman staff of one himdred and twenty members. 



Sophomore managers — Top row; David Voelpel, Gerald Salzman, Dick Haines, Don Kendeigh, Don Quest, Roger Bushnick, Don Drever, Tom Roos 
Bottom row; Carolyn Curtis, Marcia Glasgow, Shannon Mora, Kay Peters, Melissa Blanke, Audrey Gronert, Ann Youmans, Karen Person, Becky Hosford 
Not in panel; Margaret Belsley, Ann Drenckhahn, Helen Jacobs, Bob Armstrong, Dave Dusendschon, Jim Furlong, Arthur Glassman, Robert Harlsock 




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ROGER WAGNER CHORALE 

The only singing group in the United States to be invited to participate 
in London's Coronation Festivities, the Roger Wagner Chorale, has won ac- 
claim as the nation's most unique singing group. The chorale was founded in 
1946 by Roger Wagner and since then has performed almost every major choral 
work in appearances with prominent symphonic organizations both here and 
al)road. 



ZINO FRANCESCAl TI 

Known as the "musician's musician ' is Zino 
Francescatti, violinist extraordinary. He combines 
the elements of true greatness — technical brilliance, 
intense warmth and virtuosity — with an engaging 
personality which has endeared him to colleagues 
and audiences around the world. 



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DANISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA 

Under the capable direction of the distinguished Danish con- 
ductor, Thomas Jensen, the Danish National Orchestra appearetl 
on the University of Illinois campus during its retinn American 
tour. The orchestra is widely known for the sensitivity with 
which it interprets the music from both a standard orchestral 
repertoire and selected Scandinavian composers. 




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GEORGE SHEARING 

Born totally blind, George Shearing worked 
his way to the circle of top-flight ja// progres- 
sives. His music and subtle humor was thorough- 
ly enjoyed by the entire campirs. 



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LOUIS ARMSTRONG 

Although a cold sore on 
his lip impaired Louis 
Armstrong's typical "Satch- 
nio Sound" his unique 
throaty voice touched the 
audience by that same in- 
tense vibrato which he 
uses on the trumpet. 




MARIAN ANDERSON 

America's first lady ol song, Marian Anderson, was born and grew up in 
South Philadelphia, where she began appearing at church and community 
gatherings at the age of ten. Governments, universities, and musical societies 
have paid tribute in awards and degrees to this modest woman who has been 
titled "the high priestess of song." 




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Officers — Top row: Barbara Wilford, treasurer; Carol Heath, vice presi- Do'I ; 

dent 
Bottom row: Jane Faulkner, president; Arleen Schoen, secretary Botloi 



h-)**' £ubchairm:n — Top ro'v: Virginia Baker, Mane Anderson, Bert rude Bockta, Linda 
Hibbott, Rosemund Ashwill 
n row: Fran Wells, Alice Carlson, chairman; Joy Straka 



YWCA Co-sponsors National Assembly 




Top row: Sue Rettko, Ruth Campbell, Ruth Pitelka, Ethel Minor, Norma Foster, Alice Carlson, 

Nancy McMillan, Virginia Coombe, Carol Snyder, Sue Aehler 
Bottom row: Lois Henderson, Betty Gabehart, assistant director; Jane Faulkner, Eula Reden- 

baugh, executive director; Susan Vaughn, Sharon Thompson 



Coffee hours are held at the "Y" to bring American and foreign students closer together. 




During the holiday season, the "Y" co-spon- 
sored the Sixth National Student Assembly of 
the YMCA and YWCA. Many students trom 
every region in the II. S. joined together at the 
University ol Illinois to determine the direction 
and program ol the YMCA and YWCA in future 
years. Dr. Mordecai Johnson, president of How- 
ard University and chief speaker of the event, 
shared the opening night platform with Dr. 
David Dodds Henry in \\-elcoming the delegates. 
Other speakers were Paul Lehmann of the Har- 
vard Divinity School and J. Herbert Otwell ol 
the Pacific School of Religion. Bob Lenz, of Illi- 
nois' own YMCA, served as co-chairman of the 
assembly. 

The YWC.\ has also expanded its field of serv- 
ice to the campus and connnunity this year by 
forming a total of ten major areas, each headed 
by a cabinet member. 

This wide range of interests and opportiniities 
open to everyone includes: current events. ( id- 
tural interests. International Friendshi]), Inter- 
national Suppers, little United Nations, public 
relations, social recreation, ^^■()rship in life, chil 
dren's committee, and Y-Wire. 

The social and spiritual growth of the indi 
vidual is one of the main aims. Included in this 
area are discussion groups, activities for fun and 
lellowship, religious services sponsored I)v the 
YWCA, and services to the conmuuiitv in proj- 
ects such as reading to ihe blind and providing 
entertainment for youngsters in childien's homes. 

The success of the "\" 's fili\ ihircl annual Doll 
Show ic'sulic'd in in,iu\ bcanlilul and original 
(lolls being gi\c-n to (hilclicn in hospitals and 
( liildren's homes. 



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Executive committee — Top row: Boyd B. Jackson, adviser, Helen Culkin, Stuart Goodman, 

Alan Nudelman, director; Robert A. Schuiteman, adviser 
Bottom row: Mary Harrison, adviser; Kent McHose, associate director; Jane Allison, Jean 

Brummer, Margie Molitor, Rowie Rosenstein 



Annual Spring Drive 
Aids Many Charities 

Tlic main project ol Campus Cihest was the 
annual lund drive held in the spring ot the year. 
I'hrough the ai)le work ol the director, Alan 
Nudelman, and the associate director, Kent Mc- 
Hose, more than five thousand dollars was do- 
nated to a select group of charities. 

On the theory that it is better lor one student 
organization to collect lunds lor various charities 
tlian many diflerent organizations, the Campu. 
Chest was tounded at the University of Illinois. 
Thus, Campus Chest has developed a threefold 
purpose. These are to prepare for the annud 
fund drive, to sponsor special events, and to edu 
cate University personnel and students concern- 
ing the charities which receive the donations. 

Along with the directors there are many chair- 
men, subchairmen, and committee members that 
coordinate the Chest's activities. Besides the 
drive, many special events are held throughout 
tiie year, to keep the members busy. They are 
the sales of cardboard seats at football games, 
and book sales. 

The enthusiasm for Campus C^hest does not 
only lie with the students, h)r (here are many 
faculty members on the committee as advisers. 
With the continued cooperation of students and 
faculty, Campus (Jiest hopes to continue, as well 
as to increase, its work for charities. 




Subchairmen — Top row: Hugh Fogler, Dennis Schlemnner, Tom Hecht, Ray Fritzsche 
Fourth row: Ted Friedman, Jim Rice, Jeff Roski, Don Sommerville 
Third row: Pat Goodmon, Kay Peters, Janet Ellis, Mary Jo Aller 
Second row: Cindy Coogan, Dianne Oros, Jane Andersson 

Bottom row: Margaret LaBarre, Barbara Rashbaum, Margaret Ellen Sloas, Marcia Ann Morgan 
Not in panel: Sandy Jaffe, George Gruner, Everett Thomas, Lorna Klorfine, Robert Lenz, Joy 
Straka, Bev Maslan 



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Dona'd Gifford, 



Top row: Tony Quirmi, Sales director; Robert Endues, Features dn 

Record librarian; Jrmes Biba, Engineering operations supervisor 
Sotfom row: Robert Crawford, News director; Charlene Gabbert, Copy director; Alice 

Sklenicka, IBM supervisor; Rosemary Kowalesik, Staff artist; George Dixon, Technical 

supervisor 



Top row: James Kries, Chief engineer 

Bottom row: Bert Carlson, Commercial manager; Richard Adams, 
Program director; Charles Loebbaka, Station manager 



Active Voice Of The Students On Campus 



That's WPGU, the siiulciit radio station that's oper- 
ated completely by the students. 1 his is the fifth year 
that WPGU has served the students at the University ol 
Illinois. In this time, the station has continually ex- 
panded its coverage of campus houses and impr()\ed its 
service as a radio station to its listeners. 



The year saw many new accomplishments by WPGU: 
coverage was extended to t^vo sororities on campus, Al- 
j:)ha Omicron and Alpha Delta Pi, and a transmitter was 
put in the new Gregory Drive Halls of MRH to receive 
WPGU programs. Tliis extension incieased the station's 
audience to approximately 4,500. 




WPGU SfafF — Top row: Joe Thiel, 
Marty Minow, Joseph Felious, 
Bruce Becker, Jim AAacDonald, 
Marvin Rushing, Ray Koopman, 
Phil Loeb, Bob Endres 

Third row: Bob Crawford, Stanten 
Ascher, John DeRell, Tony Qui- 
rini, Donald Gifford, Ed Rem- 
mert 

Second row: Walter Harrison, Alan 
Kaur, Stewart Agoos, Robert 
Wexler, Howard Wolfman, Ed- 
win Sleiman 

Bottom row: Lori Alfonsi, Jan Cy- 
gan. Beryl Smith, Roz Lieber, 
Alice Sklenicka, Rosemary Ko- 
walesik 



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Programs are normally produced in the studio; special events are covered remotely. 



WPGU broadcasts music, news late into the 
night. 



An engineer works several hours of programs a week. 




VVPGU's Program Department achieved another mile- 
stone during final week ot the tall semester, with its show 
Ridiculous which broadcasted 24 hours per day. This show 
provided late studiers with music to study by in the wee 
small hours ot the morning. WPGU broke its own record, 
hitting the 400 hour mark of continuous broadcasting. 

The WPGU news department won recognition in a na- 
tional newscast contest sponsored by Eastern States Radio 
Corporation and the American Tobacco Company. The 
department captmed second place by its news coverage, de- 
livery, general technique, and production quality. 

The commercial department progressed greatly with an 
expanding list of local advertisers. The addition of specially 
produced taped commercials added to program quality 
and the service to WPGU advertisers. 

Futine goals of WPGU include an expanding coverage 
of campus houses, improvement of service to the student 
bodv, and location in new, modern studios. 




Top row: Mike Stewart, Greg Lip- 
tak, Jerry RafFel, Jim Biba, Dave 
Arkin, Mike Larkin, Hank Law- 
rence, Gera'd Rocke, Steve Kra- 
shen. Gill Zoghlin 

Third row: Larry Cooper, Larry Fox, 
David Smith, Harvey Whitfield, 
Wayne Chilcote, Mike DanofF 

Second row: Frank September, 
Marshall Lipson, Dick Chez, John 
Stroelein, George Shields, Jerry 
Winnick 

Bottom row: Renee Yager, Char- 
lene Gabberh, Heddie Solomon, 
G'oria Lanp, Karen Swialek, Ed- 
ward Snyder 



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-A function of ths SNIB press section is sending nevvs 
students to thsir home towns. Here, Sharon Hoffman 
a "home town release." 



SNIB Prepares Ag Students for Journ Work 



journalism i.s the main interest of the agriculture stu- 
dents working at the Student News and Information 
Bureau. Its purpose is to publicize activities of the Col- 
lege of Agricultme, and to provide training in communi- 
cation skills. It does this through press, radio, television, 
photography, and visual aids media. Each of these media 
has a section chief in ciiaige of the students ^vorking in 
that area. 



SNIB activities include pul>lishing a bi-weekly news- 
letter, producing radio and television programs on local 
stations, and sending press releases concerning notable 
students to home town newspapers and radio statif)ns. 
SNIB start members are supervised by their faculty ad- 
viser, O. F. Glissendorf, and receive additional technical 
assistance from the Extension Editorial Office of the 
College of Agricultme. 




Staff— Top row: l.iverne GillciijjL, G.u / Will.jker, Marcia O'Malley, Jim Reed, R :isie Aohwill, Dick Alnni 

Alicirt Liable, Carol Ufkes, Barbara Strunk 
Third row: Jim Melton, Jane House Lila Potter, Kay Hunley, Virginia Wesoloski, Rosalynn Jenkins, Dennis Phar, Jim Walsli, Harmon AAouk, Joan Tomkinson, Glenna 

BlunicT, Sharon Hof?man, Lendell Diorker, Dave Boerner, O. F. Glissendorf, rdviser 
Second row: Don Meyer, Dick Eckert, Mary Schrader, Bob Coffman, John Woods, Art Sechrest, Georgia Ailei, Wall GrifRth, Nancy Funkhouser 
Bottom row: Bert Fringer, Don Wesoloski, Terry Jacobs, Bob Caughy, Ken Cole, Wayne Blunier, Bob Reiners, Jack Widholm 



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MARILYN DAY, Circulation Manager 
ROGER HARRISON, Business Manager 



Dennis Lantz of the editorial staff discusses the content of 
Technograph with Professor Robert Bohl, adviser. 



Tech's Staff Flys To Colorado Convention 



University ol C^olorado was host to lUnioi.s Trclnio- 
gyapli's staff and other representatives who attended the 
Engineering College Magazine Association's 1958 Con- 
vention. A charter member of E.C.M.A., the Ulniois 
Tcclniograph was founded in 1885. Tech cooperates in 
national programs designed to elevate standards ol col- 
lege engineering pid)lications in order that llicy may 



best serve the profession. Published monthly from Octo- 
ber to May, the magazine's technical and semi-technical 
articles offer student engineers an up-to-date survey of 
their fields. 

Teclniical writing and business management experi- 
ence is gained by students aiding in the production of a 
cjuality magazine that accents engineering interests. 



Top row: Edward Uzgiris, George Carruthers, Jack Rosenthal, David Yates, Charlton Jones, James Gill 
Bottom row: David Penniman, Kim Stein, Alvin Solomon, Stephen Eyer 




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MARK TEMPLETON, Editor 



PAT CLAFLIN MARTIN, Associate editor 




PROFESSOR KENNEDY, Art adviser 

KEN PAWULA, Artist 
Not present, MIKE CHESLER, Artist 

CHUCK TRUCKENBRODT, Sports 
AL HERMAN, Sports 



lllio of 1959 



This yearbook is the story ol an Illini year. It is the cul- 
mination ol many months of work, iieadaches, aggravation, and 
Irustration. Each section means many nigiits oi sleep lost, days 
ol classes missed, hour exams tlunked, and il you look closely, 
you might find a lew drops ol sweat on each page. 

In the beginning, the staff was very new, but as the end ap- 
proached, they were all battle weary veterans. 

As the time oi publication grew nearer, the days seemed to 
grow shorter, antl the nights longer. The staff members stopped 
talking to each other, and nerves began to crack. But finally, 
the 1959 lllio became a realitv, and the book was finally done. 



BETTY BLEWETT, Associate editor 




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PAT CLOVER, 
Associate business manager 



NICK CARRA5, 
Associate business manager 



GANT REDMON, 
Business manager 





BARB ROPERS, Residences 
BARB CITTI, Residences 



BETTY JO HULKA, Administration 
JEANNINE RHINE, Chicago 



LYNN SKEEN, Activities 
BOB POKORNY, Activities 



BRUCE TRULL, Advertising 
BOB BRAND, Sales 



MARY LOU BUSH, Associate editor 





KATHY MANNING, Seniors 
MEG NELSON, Seniors 




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RITA LEVEY, Advertising 
THELMA KING, Sales 

JOHN CLEM, Coordinations 
BARBARA KEOUGH, Coordinations 





MARYLIN DALY, Organizations 
VICKI FEIT, Organizations 

The Ijusiness stall started the semester ofE promptly 
l)y putting on the lall registration sale. Salesmen were 
stationed in the Armory and in the vicinity ol the book- 
stores to promote sales. There were concentrated sales 
campaigns belore Thanksgiving and Christmas vaca- 
tions and again during the second semester registration 
period. The plan of sending representatives to the in- 
dividual houses on campus was also successful. The 
business staff handled the financial matters and also gave 
the editorial staff a hand. 

The book was roughly outlined by the newly selected 
editorial staff when tlie spring workshop was held at 
Camp Drake one May weekend. The tentative form of 
the yearbook was discussed, with the main emphasis on 
ways of improving the Illio's general quality. The actual 
work began in September. The bcjok was piu together 
with a final drive in Marcli. 



CAROL LEONARD, Sales 
GINNY SMITH, Advertising 



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sophomore business managers — 
Top row: Bob Fahey, Julia Gates, 
Gary VanWinkle, Janna Smith, 
Tom Sykes 

Second row: Arleen AAalkin, June 
Schiemer, Susi Oehler 

Qottom row: Audrey Menges, Mari- 
anna Brown, Julie Bartolo, Janet 
Monier 



Sophomore editorial managers — 

Top row: Carol Peterson, Bar- 
bara Harris, Miles Hyde, Mary 
Geissman, Margaret Allen 
Bottom row: Genevieve Gentes, 
Carole Luehring, Margaret La- 
Barre, Edwina Garner 
Not in panel: Susie Vaughn, Nita 
Neal, Sally Williamson, John 
Ready 




Freshman managers — Top row: Dan Holden, Jim Whitlock, Bob Taylor, Mike Dykstra, Pete VanDyck, Chuch Kerchner, John LeVan 

Seventh row: Carol Sawyer, Margaret Pokorny, Winifred Mofleld, Caryn Berns, Carol Rubin, Al Reitz 

Sixth row; Nancy Langham, Diana Shorh, Anne Cleveland, Sharon Sweeney, Carol Carlson, Mary Ann Haun, Pat Henry 

Fifth row: Connie Kensicki, Sue Kott, Marilyn Albert, Judy Darnall, Carol Ann Crout, Donna Sunkel, Lynn Olson 

Fourth row: Kay Jean Byrne, Dee Perry, Ann Jones, Kay Iden, Mary Ellen Manning, Kathy Mueller, Charlotte Scoville, Marsha Mickel 

Third row; Sue Potts, Sherry Fiester, Mary Ann Bucher, Sue Healy, Alice Gregory, Marsha Hearst, Vivian McMullin, Judy Morrison 

Second row: Donna Dillon, Ann Halin, Ann Macke, Linda Layman, Joan Neet 

Bottom row: John Chious, Roger Koontz, Dick Kapell, Alice Freedman, Ken Sorenoi, Denny Di^z, Richard Malthews 







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MARY SIEBERT, Editor-in-chief 



DICK SCHWARTZ, Business manager 



D I Informs Students Of News And Issues 




RICH ARCHBOLD, Executive cdit^ 



Breaklasi lor ihe reader wouldn't l)e the same il it 
were not lor 'Die Daily lUiui which usually manages tt) 
stir up some (ontroversy or interest \\'ith its to-the-point 
editorials, letters to the editor, and just straight news. 

Staff members will always remember the time when 
the front page was held Irom the midniglu deadline until 
1:.H() a.m. lor the big Hilkrest Lumiier Company fue 
and then for a second unexpected fire at the Alexander 
lAMiiber Company, not including a false alarm the same 
night. However, their hard work paid off, because in 
1957-58, T}ie Daily Illiiii won first place in die featme 
writing and third place in editorial writing in tire 1958 
student newspaper contest. The DI also received the 
.$500 first place award in the Safety Campaign spon- 
sored fjy the Lumberman's Mutual Insinance Company. 
The l)est memories of all. however, are the Friciay night 
Ijeer and piz/a parties alter the last copy has f)een turned 
in for tlie week. 



KEN BROUN. City editor 



GINNY BOLIN, Activities editor 



MARGIE MOLITOR, Csmpus editor 




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GEORGE BOSSART, Advertising manager 



JOYCE PETERS, News editor 



PHOEBE KOSFELD, Copy editor 




JAY LYTLE, Advertising manager 
NANCY STEPHAN, Business manager 
BARB HUMMER, Advertising manager 




CAROLYN BABCOCK, Circulation manager 



MARK DURCHSLAG, Sports editor 



JANICE WRIGHT, Classified manager 




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Campus Staff — Back row: Elizabeth Higgins, Art Fitzgerald, Wade Freeman, Joan 

Beckman, Mike Neff 
Second row; Dan Friedman, Kay Overton, Bonnie Burns, Nancy Kohlenberger, Diana 

Francis, Toni Greene 
Front row: Margie Molitor, Campus editor 



Social doings, ciillural events, special programs, 
contests— stunt show, spring event, and the extra- 
curricuhu' lite on campus all fall under the jurisdic- 
tion of Activities Staff. 

Where the academic side is concerned, the Cam- 
pus Staff tak.es over— reporting on classes, curricula, 
student enrollment, faculty and administrative ac- 
tions reflecting the relationship of students within 
a Universitv conmumitv. 



Activities Staff — Back row: Carolyn Daily, Mark Juergensmeyer, Marina Lucco, Sharon 

Garman, Chuck Kerchner, Erin Feigin 
Front row: Ginny Bolin, Activities editor 




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Sports staff — Top row: Bill White, Betty Lou Gross, Ed Lewis, 

Tom Freeman, Ron Cohen 

Bottom row: Mark Durchslag, sports editor 



From Big Ten championshijjs to Elite Eight toitr- 
nanients the staff ot sports writers offers readers a 
coverage ol events concentrating on keeping sports 
Fans informed. Intramural, national, and inter- 
national sports stories also command Daily Jllini 
attention. 

The City Staff covers the happenings of the local 
cities of Champaign-Urbana and the state, giving the 
DI more than just a campus-wide coverage. 

With soft lead pencils in hand, copyreaders provide 
the official check for errors in spelling, punctuation, 
fact and general content of each news story. 

Being a morning newspaper, the Daily IHini is "put 
to bed" in the late hours. A special night staff consist- 
ing of a Night Editor, who makes up all pages and as- 
signs headlines; a Wire Editor, who is in charge of the 
Associated Press wire copy; headline writers and pioof- 
readers work the 7 p. m. to 1 a. m. shift. 



Copy staff — Top row: 

Gail Solomon, Lynda Son- 

ger, Joy Miller, Pat 

O'Rourke 

Bottom row: Phoebe Kos- 

feld, copy editor 

Not in panel: Jeanette 

Aagaard, Charlene Flack 




City staff — Top row: Marv Scott, Jim Dubby, Donna Shapiro, Ron 

Cohen, Bill Stephens 

Bottom row: Ken Broun, city editor 




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FRANK SCHOOLEY, Chairman 



PAUL McMICHAEL, General Manager 



IPC Directs Station WPGU, Publications 



Situated in the basement of Illini Hall, the lllini Pub- 
lishing Company operates its own modern printing plant 
and administers the student radio, WPGU, which came 
under the Company's direction this year. A variety of 
commercial printing for student and University con- 
nected organizations is jjrinted on their presses along 



with TJw Daily Illini and Illinois Tcchnograph. A non- 
jjrofit corporation, the Illini Ptd:)lishing Company was 
chartered by the state for the purpose of printing, pub- 
lishing, and distributing student publications. 

The company operates under a board of control com- 
posed of foiu' students and foin- facidty memliers. 



IPC Board: Paul Edgell, Prof. R. K. Mautz, Prof. Jessie Heafhman, David Cade, Prof. F. E. Schooley, Larry Leiken, Dave Brown, Prof. Joe Sutton 




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LOWELL GRIFFITH 
Photo chief 



WALT GILMORE, ROY HLAVACEK 
Assistant photo chiefs 



Night photo editors: Gerald Lewy, Jerry 
Neelman, Jim Yhanke 



Photo Staff Serves Daily lllini And lllio 



rhe lllini Publishing (Company Photo Staff is an indc- 
jX'ndent photo stall whose pinpose is to serve the lllio 
and the Daily /lli)ii. During the fall semester of the 
year, their most important finiction is to get all the pic- 
tmes for the lllio. Most of this work is out of the way by 
the Spring semester, but it is still important that lllio 
pictures are taken throughout the year. 

The stall is set up with a photo chief, two assistant 
photo chiefs, and five night editors. The photo chiel co- 



ordinates all assignments from both the lllio and the 
Daily lllini and listens to the many complaints Irom these 
departments. The chief's word is law and is final on any 
photographic subject. He may kill a pic tme or make an 
assignment. 

The assistant photo chief for the Daily lllini has the 
job of coordinating the photo staff with the editorial and 
business staffs of the paper. He is in charge of assign- 
ments and seeing that the pictures are taken. 



SfafF — Top row: Don Huizinga, Dick Osborn, Carl Sand, Mort Engelberg, Ron Goldberg 
Bottom row: Dave Hancock, Liz Oda 




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The marching formations of the band must be worked out in detail and practiced prior to ths home gams performances. The band often 
works on into the late evening on the south campus practice ground, and produces an atmosphere of anticipation. 

Half-Times Are Sparked By Marching lllini 



Long known a.s the finest maiching, j^laying, and sing- 
ing grouj) of it.s kind, the "Marching lllini" is compo.sed 
oi men students of the Concert Band, the First Regi- 
mental Band, and the most cjualified members of the Sec- 
ond Regimental Band. The marching band, directed by 
Everett Kisinger, has a regular marching formation and 
instrumentation with a total membership of over 175. 

The band performs a new show at each of the five home 
games, along with the traditional Block I, for the pre- 
game and the famous "Nfarching lllini" half-time enter- 
tainment. In addition to the home games, the band 



travels each year to an out-of-town game; this year the 
Football Band trip was to Lafayette, Indiana, for the 
Illinois-Purdue game on November 1. 

John P'orsyth, for his second year, portrayed Chiel 
Illiniwek in the traditional Indian costume. He is the 
thirteenth chief to represent the "Spirit of Illinois" on 
the gridiron as part of the band show. 

For the third vear, senior Edmund Williams as drum 
major, led the Marching lllini onto the gridiron of Afe- 
morial Stadium. 



The polish shown in the stadium is achieved by trying — and trying again. 

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The band goes through its paces tor the tinal time betore the home game. The practice field south ot the Architecture Building resounds as 
the Marching lllini warm up for their entry into Memorial Stadium. The work and preparation are climaxed when the band is before the fans. 








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Scut's joal group cheer: — when there's something to cheer about. 

The visiting teams are saluted or the occasion is honored by the 
formations. The band's playing skill is augmented by its march- 
ing skill, making it one of the outstanding best in the nation. 

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First Regimental Plays For Many Events 




EVERETT KISINGER, Director 



This ycai ihc First Rcfj;iniental Band, ( oiuliu led by Ev- 
erett Kisingfi, ])ei lormed al tiie Fiitli /Vnmial Festival ol 
(ioiueit Band Musie on January 10, a lonnal Spring Con-i 
cert on April 22, a twilight C^oneeri on May l.H, and As-j 
sembly Coneeris at the local high schools. Several oi the 
concert programs arc re-broadcast over the radio on station 
WILL. 

The F'iist Ri'giniental Band is organized as a ((inccit 
group with URinbership of approximately one hiindiecl 
memljcis. The |)iii pose ol this band is to study serious con- 
cert band literature, both traditional and contemporarx : 
and to perlorm good band music on several occasions each 
year. Many musicians alter s])ending a year or two in the 
F"irst Regimental Band are then promoted to the (Concert 
Band as \acancies occiu'. 

In addition to its concert acti\ities this musical organi- 
zation forms the nucleus of the iVIarching lllini, which per- 
loinis many \aried marching stunts at all of the home foot 
ball games at the University of Illinois and at se\eral awa\ 
games. The band also performs as a marching unit at se\ - 
eral ROTC Reviews in the spring. The Band also jjlaved 
for the Veterans Day service on November I I. 



First Regimental Band: Alice Adams, Richard Adams, Richard Albright, Roy Andreotti, Carl Audo, Jerry Bacchetfi, Fred Baker, Robert Behnke, Arthur Bower, James 
Boyd, Michael Brainin, Charles Braly, Cornelia Games, Wayne Chilcote, Kenneth Christian, Norberf Cieslewicz, Laurel Conrad. Philip Corlew, Dan Dannenfeldt, 
Nancyjane Darling, Margaret Dempsey, Marjorie Dodd, Franklin Dooling, Earl Dowell, Barbara Drahos, Ronald Durretl, Robert Dvorak, David Dyroff, Allen 
Edwards, Barry Ekman, Barbara Elder, Michael Esse'strom, Sue Fehrenbacher, Barbara Fitzgerald, Karen Fredrikesen, Richard Gardner, Joe Gaylord, Norah 
Gernand, Donald Grigsby, Glen Gullakson, Mary Haferkamp, Richard Haines, Phyllis Hansen, David Hutson, Milton Janosky, James Jarrard, Harold Jepson, 
Kirby Johnson, Walter Justice, Bruce Keck, Richard Kesler, Larry Kinsella, James Knapp, David Kuntzi, Alice Ann Lacquement, Donald Lacy, Ronald Larner, 
Patricia Leach, William Longacre, Dennis Lory, John Lundsten, Robert Mayor, Larry McCormick, Elizabeth McHose, Da id Metzler, Theodore Miller, Joe Myers, 
Larry Neemann, Thomas Noggle, Morton Oberlander, William Olson, Peter Pappas, Donald Quest, Juanita Randall, John Randolph, Charles Ranta, Sandra Ray- 
burn, Charles Rhodes, Melvin Rhodes, James Riley, William Rogers, Earl Salsman, Lorna Sanders, Thomas Scannell, Margie Schaefer, Larry Schrik, Daniel Schu- 
man, Lonnie Schunk, Bonnie Scott, Lloyd Scott, Harry Simmons, Lewis Simon, Max Sinkler, Charles Smith, Vicki Jo Soukup. Robert Stastny, Benjamin Steinberg, 
Susan Tazewell, Homer Tice, William Torma, Ronald Van Mynen, Tommy Wardlow, Ronald Weber, Arden Weiss, Sarah Whiting, Neil Wiley, Audrey Wilhelms, 
Jerry Williams, Fonda Wilson, Carol Wignfield, Sara Wold, Robert ZIotow 




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2nd Reg Plays March And Classic Tempos 



The St'coiul Rcginiciilal liaml, with a mcmbt'r.slii[> of 
150, is a concert organization with a good instrumentation. 
Everett Kisinger conducts the band with the assistance of 
lames Fleisher. For facility the group is divided into two 
tlivisions witli approximately sixty to one hundred mem- 
bers in each. Like the other bands, this group studies stand- 
ard band literature and provides a varied musical experi- 
ence for its members in the many compositions played 
each year. 

In conjunction with the other University bands, the Sec- 
ond Regimental Band presents several concerts including 
the Festival Concert on January 10 and the Spring Twilight 
Concert in April. The band also participates in the Moth- 
ers l^ay program. Each fall the Second Regimental Band 
provides music for the pep rallies held before each home 
game. 

One of the important functions of the Second Regimental 
Band is to supply personnel to complete the instrumenta- 
tion of the "Marching Illini." From thirty to fifty mem- 
bers of this band march each fall with the 175 piece foot- 
ball band. Also, each year the Second Regimental Band 
marches at several military functions, sharing this responsi- 
bility with the First Regimental Band. 




The bands make full use 

building. 



jf the band room in the new 



Section A — George Adams, Constance Ashmore, Melvin Borg, Carolyn Boster, Richard Brocl<, Norman Browning, Peter Bulkeley, James Carson, Tommy Clark, Lyie Clary, 
William Colby, James Colleen, D. Micriael Denny, Allen Devleschoward, James Ellinger, Gerald Epstein, Bruce Fink, Robert Fisher, Jeffrey Foote, Mary Fries, David Garri- 
son, David GrifRn, Larry Gillingham, Stanley Glazer, Margaret Griffith, Dw/ight Heckert, Larry Hodash, Fred Hubbard, Richard Huston, Virginia Hubert, Miles Hyde, Byron 
Jones, James Kashmier, Robert Kavisic, Richard King, Richard Kleinbeck, Robert Koeller, Ryland Loefs, John Leman, Leslie Lemon, Ernest Lenzi, Rita Lindemann, Paul 
Lindstrom, Alan Lopatka, Mike Magida, David Magnus, Byron Marlowe, Kenneth Marshall, Larry McCoy, Robert Miller, Arnold Naiman, Jerry Nofsinger, Jerry Ostrowski, 
Wayne Peterson, Robert Pickett, Robert Radtke, James l?eedy, James Reid, Kent Rogers, Martin Schachner, Kenneth Schaefer, Robert Smith, Gerald Snip, Edward Snyder, 
Robert Stehman, Thomas Stewart, James Stutsman, Thomas Sykes, Harrison Thornley, James Tira, Ronald Treadway, Dale Walsten, Robert Ward, Robert Warfield, William 
White, Jon Winston, Dan Wood, Arthur Yuenger 

Section B — Carl Abegg, Donald Andrews, James Ashley, Thomas Bennett, Donald Bartel, Stephen Berry, Robert Brennan, Merle Beuttel, Bruce Bueschel, Richard Childers, 
John Christie, Paul Clark, Mary Conner, Jack Cornell, John Davis, Norman Davis, Ruth Duesterhaus, Dennis Duffield, J m3S Ellis, Robert Endres, Joseph Felious, Robert 
Firebaugh, James Fry, Edd Ghent, Jeff Golin, Ron Graham, Ronald Grant, William Gray, Henry Hegener, Robert Heil, Dale Hicks, Gary Howe, Jean Hughes, Carole Jezek, 
Jack Jolley, Stanley Karamanol, Terry Klaus, Ray Kolojay, Robert Lenz, Reid Lewis, Wayne Mara, Marshall Marcus, Thomas McAuliffe, Carroll McGinnis, William McVinnie, 
Barbara Meier, Joseph Mendera, Ronald Mizer, Stephen Morse, Kent Mowe, David Olson, William Outhouse, Richard Pease, Daniel Peck, Roger Perrin, Cole Pierce, Billy 
Rojas, Jack Schmidt, Donald Smith, Marjorie Sullins, Keith Swenson, Everett Triefenbach, Peter Van Dyck, Dean Wade, William Wis, William Yontz, James Zinser, Jerom? 
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Twilight Concerts Are 
Enjoyed in the Spring 

Liilluisia^lic aiKliciucs gather year rouiul lo hear 
the one hundred ten members ol tlie Illinois (k)ncert 
Rand blend their skills in ])r()grams which are both 
stinudatnig and delightlul. Iwilight concerts on the 
steps ot the University .Audiioriiun enhance spring 
bree/es and bring many appreciative listeners to the 
quadrangle area. Band directors and other music lov- 
ers Irom all parts ol Illinois attend the January Fes- 
tival ol (Concert Band Music and the spring semester's 
Anniversary Omcerts. The band also participates in 
the (lonnnencement Exercises and presents the Presi- 
ilent's Clontert on Conmiencement eve. 

One ol the by-products of the Band's activity is the 
preparation ol tape recordings which are used as an 
educational technique to create concert conditions in 
rehearsals and to provide an additional tool lor the 
study ol the Band's performance. The best of these 
tapes are made into long-play records for members ol 
the Band and for others who appreciate good band 
nnisic . i liese tapes add lo the reservoir of tapes ironi 
Avitich WILL draws its Cioncert Band programs. 



Clarinets — Gilbert Papp, Austin McDowell, James Fleisher, Warren Gedstad, Alic 
Achilles, Robert Hindsiey, Marty Moore, James Kelly, John Nemeth, Donald Kush, 
Richard James, Kim Richmond, William Butler, Barbara Meyers, Joseph Goode, D 
Flanders, property master; Judy Cotter; Contrabass Clarinets — Mark Wellek, Jam 
Flutes and Piccolos— John Reynolds, Barbara Cash, Francis Bowen, Judith Smith 
Oboes and English Horn — Lowry Riggins, Carl Ellis, Kenneth Luke; Bassoons an 
— Patricia Davies, Donna Johnston, Robert Butkus, Douglas Rettig; French Horns — 
ian; Kathryn Dieterich, Gail Tummelson, William Douglass; Cornets Richard V 
Geis, Thomas Knox, copyist; Ralph Merten, John Skroder, Grant Newman, Dona 
Stephanie Dieterich; Trombones — Bernard Steinberg, Gerald Grose, William Gall 
mond; Baritones — John Thieman, James Way, copyist; Bruce Huston, Roger Fitz 
Morrow, Aaron Johnson, John Lyon; Timpani — Ron Fink; Percussion — George Fro 
Snyder 



e Robertson, Fred Koloiay, Bonita Wilson, George Knight, Clifford Nelson, Robert 
Carlyle Johnson, Eddie Allen, Smith Toulson, Henry Charles, Harold Huber, 
/id Voelpel; Bass Clarinets - Joseph Rice, Richard Bayley, Orland Holmes, Seth 
es Zuidema, Donald Bender; String Bass — Grace Sexton; Harp — Ellen Warren; 
Dorothy Hubbard, Linda Wall, Patricia Bell, Sally Zachay, Erwin Schawacker; 
d Contrabassoon Judson Parker, Edmund Williams; Peter Arvedson; Saxophones 
Jan Bach, president; Dale Traxler, Richard Cowart, Alfred Blatter, assistant librar- 
andament, vice president; Richard Tolley, Haskell Sexton, Robert James, William 
d Robb; Trumpets — Gerald Anderson, secretary; John O'Connor, John Stetler, 
o, Thomas Wright, Jack Hansen, Robert Lansford, Melaniusz Gienko, Frank Ham- 
Gerald; Tubas — Valgene Hayworth, Richard Rainey, assistant librarian; James 
ck. Jack McKenzie, Thomas Gauger, Phyllis Younger, Danlee Mitchell, Richard 




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Orchestra Assists at 
Lincoln Festivities 



Ihe seventy-eight talented members ol the Sym- 
phony Orchestra had the honor ol participating in 
the Lincohi Sesquicentennial celebrations held this 
year in Springfield. Each month finds these music 
majors coordinating their skills in the preparation ol 
programs designed to present diversified entertain- 
ment and quality music. Capable students who are 
not music majors are welcome to audition lor a posi- 
tion in the orchestra. 

In additifjn to presenting their own concerts, the 
orchestra wcjrks with various other organizations on 
campus. A December concert was given in conjunc- 
tion with the Oratorical Society and this spring they 
joined lorces with Opera Workshop to present that 
group's annual opera. Follcjwing this was the annual 
benefit Concerto Concert, a popular event which never 
fails to delight capacity crowds. Participation in the 
Festival ol Arts offers this group an o|)portunity to 
lollow (onlempoiary tempos and to pro\'e to cynics 
that good musiciairs can play any iinisic well. 



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First Violin Mrria Mutsctiler, Mary Moren, Donald Sctimalz, Joyce Pollard, Lutz Mayer, Joanne Flynn, Lois Eisner, Ann Wideroe, Donna Tredrea, John Bielenberg 
David Mo3l<ovitz, Alice Krentzman, Martha Wendt, Mary Lutz, Janet Campbell; Second Violin- Carol Engle, William Mullen, Susan Sterrett, Lav^rence Smith 
Betty Zinser; Bass Edward Krolick, William Douglas, Thomas Fredrickson, Timot ly Eyrne; Harp Suzanne DeLaney, Connie Widmer; Flute Claretta Metzger 
Barbara Cash, Patricia Bell, Francis Bowen; Piccolo— Francis Bowen; Oboe — Edmund Williams, Carl Ellis, Charles Aschbrenner; English Horn Charles Aschbren 
ner; Clarinet -Gilbert Papp, John Winking, Richard Larson, Alice Robertson; Eb Clarinet — Gilbert Papp; Bass Clarinet Richard Larson; Bassoon —William Watson 
Stanley Maret, Ruby Nyenhuis; Horn Jan Bach, Donald Parsons, Richard Cowar., Kaihryn Dieterich, Gail Tummelson; Trumpet- Richard Tolley, Richard Vanda 
ment, Gerald Anderson, Stephanie Dieterich; Trombone — Bernard Steinberg, Richird Bilderback, William Gallo; Tuba — Valgene Hayworth, Albert Rainey; Timpani 
— Danlee Mitchell; Percussion — George Frock, Phyllis Younger, Ronny Fink, Thomis Gauger; Librarian — Valgene Hayworth; Stage Managers — Carlyle Johnson, Pat 
Dooling, Jack Hanson, Valgene Hayworth 




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Bob Johnston, Junior manager; Pat Sheehan, Junior manager; 
Norm Mayer, Treasurer; Dave Broadbent, Secretary 



HAROLD DECKER, Director 




GAREE SLIDER, Senior manager 
STEPHEN R. WEBB, President 



European Summer Tour Is 
High Point Of The Year 

During the past year the University o[ Illinois Var- 
sity Afen's Cilee CAub has turther established itself as 
one oi the top choral groups in the nation. The high- 
light ol the year was the club's European tour during 
the summer of 1958, part of which were the concerts 
at the Brussels World's Fair. The "Singing Illini" 
were selected by the I'. S. State Department as one of 
the three choral groups to represent .American cultiue 
at the Fair. Under the direction of Professor Harold 
De(ker the club jjresented concerts at the Interna- 
tional ^'outh Choral Festival in Charleroi, Belgium: 
in Preiburg and Munich, Germany; and in Paris. The 
repertoire tor the toiu^ consisted of works representing 
oiu" European musical heritage and a varied program 
of American choral inusic. 



The "Singing Illini" were sent as goodwill ambassadors. Here they are s'nging on the U. S. Pavilion steps in Brussels. 




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Ths camera-laden lllini are happily saying good-bye before take-off for 
Europe. 



The weary group is checked through at Belgian customs. 




Steve Webb sings in the American Cathedral, Paris. 
The club made many good-will performances. 



The informal part- of the tour included a bull ses- 
sion at a sidewalk cafe in Charleroi, Belgium. 



Living conditions on tour were 
the "height of comfort." 



Top row: Norman Mayer, James See, David Lantz, Melaniusz Gienko, Paul Lindstrom, Ronald Page, Thomas Dolan, Ronald Grim, John Duitsman, Robert Telleen, John 

Reinhardt, William Colby, Stephen Weiser, David Kuhn, Hillis Cole, Lonny McClung 
Third row: Phillip Cartwright, Larry Shov*/ley, Robert Young, Robert Robinson, Lawrence Bankart, Lloyd Burling, Bruce Brenner, Robert Piper, Larry Lewis, Frank 

Bachenheimer, Norris Anderson, Stephen Webb, Edward Stapp, George Patterson, James Schertz 
Second row: Patrick Sheehan, Terry Klaus, Myron Gross, Kerry Newman, Donald Hartter, Ron Burkey, Roger Chirpe, Stanley Eden, Peter Aikman, Willard Ice, Dean 

Wilson, Joseph Culberg, William Sawtell, Joseph Beckerman 
Bottom row: Gene Beube, Leonard Hays, Gerald Rhine, David Broadbent, Gerry Shriver, Dennis Stoller, Myron Reaman, David Neupert, John Lundsten, Charles Wol- 

ven, Arthur Bower, John Ripley, Garee Slider, Richard Bayley, Anthony Petullo 
Not in panel: Erwin Arends, Carl Esslinger, Stephen Farrish, Robert Johnston, Thomas Maltas, Edward Neylon, Peter Schuetz, Robert Speth, Kent Whitten 




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Officers: Lynd Wertheim, president; Karen 
Domke, treasurer; Joan Gutowsky, secre- 
tary; AAary Jo Tews, vice president; Sandra 
Eppard, tour manager 



Glee Club Sings In Several State Area 



The University ol Illinois Women's CAet Cilub, under 
the direction oi Russell Mathis, has achieved a status as 
one ol the outstanding groups on cani]nis and in the mid- 
west. 

Besides participating in many on-campus concerts, the 
club toined Southern Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky, 
and sang lor the Festival ol' Contemporary Arts which is 
held semi-annually on campus. The women were hon- 
ored by being chosen to make a tape lor radio broadcast 



to the armed lorces in the llnited States and overseas, 
and sang via tape with either choral groups on campus 
over the Mutual Broadcasting System. 

The repertoire ol the club consists ol varied types ol 
music including spirituals, Broadway hits, and contem- 
porary and classical numbers. 

The fil'ty-five members which comprise the group are 
chosen through audition on the basis ol voice cpiality, 
musical ability, and past choral experience. 



Top row: Bernice Jones, Mary Huntley, Sue Fehrenbacher, Marge Anderson, Genevieve Glass, Sandra Schwab, Betty Burch, Carolyn Peterson, Maribeth Lutz, Carol 
McQuilkin, Barbara Norton, Anita AfFotter, Lynd Wertheim, Claudia Joslyn, Jan Korfist, Gv^/en Hayes, Emily Chval, Fran Wertheim 

Second row: Kathy Kariher, Carol Mailer, Martha Gilkerson, Margaret Dempsey, Mary Tew/s, Una Gremmels, Carol Knosher, Mary Blenker, Donna Snyder, Sheryl Clay- 
ton, Janet Meadors, Ruth Britt, Mary Geheber, Sally Blair, Nancy Hurt, Marilyn Jones, Delores Maulding, Sue Knight 

First row: Sandra Eppard, Delena Jamison, Sue Watkins, Marlene Washington, Betty Jean Holpach, Lois Doniger, Barbara Crump, Eleda Dettore, Phyllis Peterson, Karen 
Domke, Sally Fritz, Barbara Schemmel, Betty Griffith, Joan Gutov^sky, Helen Gvenqres 




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The polished performance given on stage requires diligent practice. 




Officers — top row: Bob Piper, representative at large; Maurice Jones, 

junior manager; John AAcCauley, vice president 
Bottom row: Mary Morrison, secretary; Lynd Wertheim, treasurer; Lois 

Lee Rucker, president; Grace Habben, junior manager 



Choir Sings at Music Teachers Convention 



University Concert Choir this year had the honor of 
performing for the Music Teachers National Association 
Convention in Kansas City, Missomi. En route to Kansas 
C;ity, the Concert Choir sang at Drury C^ollege and Cen- 
tral High School in Springfield, Missouri, and performed 
in Kansas City. The organization has also performed for 



many campus activities and functions and for groups in 
the Champaign-Urbana area. In past years the Choir 
has made extensive tours of Illinois, singing at high 
schools, conventions, and various community activities. 

The sixty-five members are select musicians from the 
entire campus and the School of Music. 



Top row; Ronald Worstell, David Pease, Maurice Jones, Robert Piper, John Duitsman, Robert Doepp, John Leman, Randolph Watson, Alf Houkom, John Reinhardt 

Fourth row: Edward Neyion, James Partridge, Robert Lawson, Kenneth Miller, Robert Kuzminski, Stephen Parish, Robert Farmer, Bruce Bueschel, Peter Aikman, Kenneth 

Marshall, John McCauley, Robert Gronquist, Ronald Larson, Richard Bielawa 
Third row right: Leonard Hays, Fred Huelster, Herbert Martin, Gerald Wheeler, Barton Wolgamot 

Sacond row left: Lucretia Gayden, Joyce Loofbourrow, Judith Kramp, Maribeth Lutz, Roberta Johnson, Ruth Miller, Janet Warner 

Second row right: Ruth Ann Britt, Judith Braun, Dixie Rodehaver, Deanna Davis, Ann Horton, Doris Miller, Lois Lee Rucker, Grace Habben, Judith Speed 
First row left: Lynd Wertheim, Nancy Kampmeier, Deloris Maulding, Margaret Sijk, Daphann Alsup, Marilyn Earl, Judith Roudez, Emily Fessler 
First row right: Lynn Petke, Georgi Swartz, Janice Camp, Mary Morrison, Judith Twarog, Martha Gilkerson, Carol Brown, Corinne Tabor 
Not in panel: Paul Gaskins, Joan Gutovi/sky, Judith Riemenschneider, Paul Rudd, Peter Schuetz 




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Largest Choral Group Has Successful Year 



Tlie Univeisily Chorus, the largest choial giou]) on 
campus, consists ol inore than two hmulrccl nienil)eis wlio 
represent practically every college and s( hocjl on (anipiis. 
Because ol its size, the chorus was divided into two 
groups this year, one rehearsing on Monday night and 
the other on Tuesday night. In order to become a mem- 
ber ol this organization each perstMi must audition before 
the director. Auditions are held at the beginning oi eadi 
semester ior those interested in joining. 

The Chorus entertains, educates, and promotes interest 
in choral singing and good music. Two concerts are pre 
sented annually and the group's versatility is displayed 



in iis peiloiuiauce ol a wide variety ol songs. ! lie (Christ- 
inas concert was given in conjunction with Men's (.lee 
(Hub, Women's (ilee (>lub, and the I'niversity Choir. 
Tape recordings Irom thrs peilormance were u.sed by the 
I'niversity radio station, VV^ILL, and by several radio sta- 
tions in Chicago. The combined voices ol the group gave 
their rendition ol "Jubilo lor Christmas," "As Lately We 
Watched," "Sing For |c)y," and "Brazilian Psalm." 

(iracluate students in conducting use the Chorus to 
]Mac tice their directing skills. .\ "Messiah Sing" was con- 
ducted in which many ol the other campus choral groups 
panic inated under the direction ol the student directors. 



Joyce Adams, Doreve Aide, Norman Alpers, Hank Amann, Barbara Anderson, Marie Anderson, Ann Armstrong, Lorna Armstrong, Connie Asper, Frank Bachenheimer, 
James Baker, Larry Banker, Beverly Barr, Nancy Bear, LaDonne Bender, Robert Biller, Beverly Blacksher, Juris Blukis, Robert Blasdell, Stuart Brostoff, Bonita Brusatori, 
Nancy Brunkow, Evalynn Bryant, AAary Ann Bruno, Marianne Burgbacher, Linda Carl, Margaret Carter, William Chambers, Han Lin Chen, Judith Clark, Ray Cechran, 
Alice Lydia Cole, Heloise Coles, Sue Coi«/ell, Linda Connor, Ruth Cortright, Karen Crane, Linda Creamer, Delbert Dahl, Nancy Jane Darling, Maija Debels, Ann Dodd, 
Harriet Dolby, Joe Dowell, Debbie Dowding, Barbara Drahos, Robert Drew, Alan Drum, Gary Dumas, David Dust, Olympia Dyer Joan Edmonds, Glenda Eshleman, Michael 
Eyster, Jack Franklin, Marilyn Fluss, Alice Gardner, Norah Gernand, Janice Geschvj/ind, Edd Ghent. Carol Gilbert, Patricia Gleasner, Joyce Gloppe, Margaret Goodmon, 
Merle Gray, Ronald Grimm, Richard Guillemin, Roger Gusloff, Gale Haglund, Judy Hail, Evelyn Hammel, Janet Haning, Kenneth Harbison, Jan Harter, Judy Higgins, John 
Hocking, Barbara Hodan, James Holder, Douglas Hopkins, Emily Howald, Rita Hord, Elizabeth Hubbard, Virginia Hubert, Jeanne Ikins, Jerry Jackson, Jane Jefferson, 
Carole Jezek, Bruce Johnson, Donna Johnston, Linda Joy, Egon Kahn, DonnaKay Kaiierman, Yvonne Kamholz, Julia Kaufman, Judith Killian, Jane Kinser, Ronald Klein, 
Dennis Kline, Robert Koeller, Ryland Koets, Nancy Kohner, John Kollaritsch, Fred Konrad, Gary Krauss, Martha Krumsiek, Josephine Kund, Charlotte Lenhoff, Morris 
Levine, Patricia Lindley, Marlene Lit«^iller, Carolyn Lorber, Judith McClaine, Joseph McClellan, Robert McConnel, Terrence McCormick, James MacDonald, Barbara Malcolm, 
Marilyn Markus, Bradley Martin, Guillemo Mayorga, Yvonne Means, Barbara Meyers, Donald Michael, Marjorie Moretz, Judith Morse, Robe'-ta Natker, Cleo Neely, Skip 
Nelson, Dannee Newton, Elaine Nusbaum, John Ogdsn, Susan Olson, Norma Onstad, Susan Packar, Betty Palmer, Barbara Paul, Judie Paris, Paralee Perkins, Tom Peterson, 
Robert Pfeiffer, Carol Piper, Dons Pogue, Joan Popp, Paul Power, Beverly Pruitt, George Rankin, John Rea, James Rice, Warren Richsrdson, Vincent Rieck, Judy Rohmer, 
Donna Rose, Lyn Rossetti, Julius Rothschild. Martha Rotter, Robin Ruth, Danna Ryan, Marylynn St. Aubin, William Schallhammer, Alan Schauer, Judith Schroedsr, Joan 
Schuster, Charlotte Scoville, Judy Serafin, Horst Seyferth, Judith Shannabarger, Virginia Shive, James Slifer, Kent Smith, Mary M. Smith, Rebecca Smith, Andrea Stadlin, 
Harriet Stemme, Ed Strougal, Thomas Swanson, Keith Swenson, Paul Tenczar, Carole Tennebaum, Michael Tierney, Virginia Valoris, N^ncy Van Cura, Sharon Vondracek, 
Kay Vozeniiek, Marilyn Wagner, Thomas Walters, Barbara Weiss, Marcella Wennmac ler, Anne White, Nancy White, Joyce Whittler, John Williams, Larry Williams, Mar- 
garet Williams, Carol Wingfleld, Carol Winters, William Wis, John Wissmiller, Joan Woltzem, Dorothy Wood, Judy Wyatt, Sandra Young, Thomas Zimmer, Gerald Zim- 
merman, Gladys Ztrbel, Judith Zukerman, Betty Zinser 



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Patron Saint Of Engineers 
Honored At Annual Dance 



Engineering students all over the coimtry celebrate the 
17th of March in honor ol their patron saint, St. Patrick. 
At a time when most Irishmen are busy with wearing ol 
the green, University oi Illinois engineering students con- 
cern themselves with preparations of Open House and the 
annual St. Pat's Ball. 

Eacli campus engineering activity selects two men prior 
to the dance. 1 hese men must have an all-imiversity aver- 
age of ?}..5 and have activities within the engineering field. 
Fifteen of the candidates are then chosen, through inter 
views, to be "Knights of St. Pat." l^hey are knighted by "St. 
Pat" himself, in ceremonies at the Huff Gymnasium dance. 

The patron saint of the slide rule technician appears with 
top hat, whiskers, and a cane. Professor C. Dale Grettc has 
had the distinction of portraying feted St. Pat for the last 
twelve years. 

The knighted students kiss a Blarney stone, which has 
inscribed on it, "Erin Go Braugh." It is Gaelic for "Ire- 
land Forever," but engineers believe it says "St. Pat was an 
engineer." 




Patricia Freehill was crowned queen of St. Pat's Ball. 



Committee — Top row: Phil Tigar, treasurer; Finis Schultz, queen contest; Jim Cooper, knights 

Bottom row: Frank Rizzo, physical arrangements; Phil Philhower, general chairman; B^b Zimmer, publicity 




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Executive committee — Top row: Arlene Sendera, Will Rueter, Frank Voris, Chuck Campbell, Bud Ellas, Jim Norton, Joy Lauterborn 
Bottom row: AAelinda Bresee, Bert Friedlander, Betty Millan, co-chairman; Alan Jaffe, co-chairman; Ida Bartelstein, Fran Swartz 
Not in panel: Douq Sparks Debbie Rothholtz, Dave Baum, Ann Morgan, Joy Straka, Jeff Roski 



Full Week of Fun Describes Greek Week 



A week jam-]jacked with activities when fraternities 
and sororities open their doors to the pubhc is Greek 
Week. On Siniday the fraternity and sorority members 
invited their Greek and non-Greek friends to visit them 
at their houses, where an informal atmosphere prevailed. 
On Wednesday were the exchange dinners, when Greeks 
visited other houses for dinner. 

The week also included many other activities on the 
liglilcr side sudi as the JUiolympic games on Friday night 
;iM(l ilu; MKP.OC contest — Most Eligible Bachelor On 
(^itiujnis. I he Flliolympic contestants competed in the 
egg loss, ilic lliicc-icgged race, and hula-hoop contests. 
The (liariot races were also held Friday night. Each fra- 
ternity made a "chariot" which was then pidled by two 
men; riding inside was a girl wearing a toga and a laurel- 
leaf crown, copying authentic Greek dress. The frater- 
nity sponsoring the winning chariot received a trophy. 



Ten men were candidates for Mr. MEBOC, and cam- 
[jaigned throughout the week by serenading and giving 
skits at sorority houses and by i)lacing posters on campus, 
lliey were voted on by undergrachuite women, ;ind the 
winner was crowned at a Greek Week j;un session l)v the 
girl riding in the winning chariot at Illicjlympics. 

Hie purpose of Greek Week is to promote friendliness 
between Greeks ;ind campus, ;ind l)ctween Ciieeks and 
the (ni;unp;iign-llrb;in;i communily. I'nder tiie Ciipablc 
leadersliip of Hetty Afillan ;iiul Alan jaffe, the conmiit- 
lees — })uijlicity, banquet and open houses, brochure, jam 
session, exchange dinners, talent show, liliolympics, and 
workshops— stro\e to incoiporatc all campus functions 
inio ihc variety of events. In an ;itlempi to ;uc]u;iin( all 
with tlie (ireek organization, Greek Week involved Pan- 
hc'llciiic iind !nterfr;iterinlv Councils throughout tiie n;i- 
lioii. 



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Top row: Bill Simmons, Don Tonn, Greg Liptak, Tom Rowley, Jack Ramey, Fred Huelster 
Third row: George Bossarte, Ginny Pagels, Bill Yonan, Rita Levey, Arne Amaliksen, Carol Palmer, Dick Tate 
Second row: Barb Keough, Sue Burgin, Gordon Burgett, Betty Wold, Pat Cunningham 

Bottom row: Carlotta Kaiser, Kathy Mueller, Joyce Bozarth, Helen Korenchan, Deirdre Linder, Pat Connor 

Not in panel: John Bussjager, Dick Brown, Les Simpson, Tom Fournie, Chuck Oldham, Barb Miller, Gretchen Misher, Kris Wanberg, Toni Alcott, Ted Friedman, 
Linda Hibboft, Al Swanson, Paul Lindstrom 



llligreek 



In Older to aihaiKc ihc Iralcrnit) system, Illi- 
i^^yrck, a monthly news])aper, recognizes Greeks tor 
their work in campns and house activities. Every 
lall lUigrcck publishes pictures of all sorority 
pledge classes. 



Career Conference 



Composed ol six individual chairmen, Clareer 
C^onlerence is res])()nsible lor planning a program 
ol speakers in such fields as magazine and business 
publications, sociology, liberal arts, and public rela- 
tions. 



Top row: Karen \/dr\ Doren, Nancy Nirdlinger 

Bottom row: Jim Arnold, Dean PorK Li<;,? Goldenberq, Ron.Tid Robbins, Gail Ruttenberg 




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Johnny Bruce and his orchestra added to the fun by dressing country style. 



Jeans And Calico Are Worn To Plowboy Prom 



Pretty girls in calico and handsome boys attired in bib 
overalls converged on HiifF Gymnasium and had an old- 
tashioned get-together. The dance with the simulated 
rural atmosphere and billed as "The Swinging Sweet- 
hearts" was sponsored by the Agriculture Coiuicil and 
Home Economics Clubs. Approximately seven hundred 
couples attended the affair which featured the fine music 
of [ohnny Bruce and his orchestra. 

Plowboy Prom was as successful as it was unusual. 
Old-fashioned swings produced variety in a program that 
included standard dance tunes. Moving in unison to the 



slower tempos, some of the fellows could even be detected 
nibbling at the corsage of their date. There was nothing 
wrong with the boys; it was just that the corsages were 
constructed of fresh vegetables. Each boy not only 
])inned it on his girl, but actually assembled the corsage 
himself. At intermission each cou])le had refreshments. 
This snack was prepared by the girls and brought to the 
dance in the form of a box Itmch. 

Before the evening came to a close. Miss Pat (iorman 
was crowned as queen of Plowboy Prom. 



The cluttered and dingy north basement of lllini Hall is the "home" of the lllio. Neither the peeling paint on the walls nor the broken 
typewriters bothered the staff; they were at work every aftsrnoon — and, late at night — as the March deadline drew nearer. 




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ORGANIZATIONS 

. . . Honoraries 
. . . Organizations 
. . . Foundations 
. . . Military 



There are in t<jtal more than one-hundred ditterent 
recognized organizations, honorary societies, and re- 
Hgious lounchuions on our campus. Ahiiost every 
University ol Illinois student can claim membership 
in at least one ot these. 

These groups are vitally important to the perpetti- 
ation of our University motto: "Learning and labor." 
Each of these associations is based on a specific com- 
mon interest or achievement of its members. Some 
of them emerge from a common academic field and 
are aimed at helping to increase familiarity with the 
industry. Some are founded to recogni/e outstanding 
achievement in the particular curricidimi. Many seek 
only to inspire greater fellowship among persons study- 
ing in this area. These, for the most part, are what 
we call "organizations." 

There are also the honoraries. These recognize a 
specific quality or attainment of the people within the 
group. The activity honoraries are a reward for over- 
all outstanding service to the University through par- 
ticipation in the various extra-curricular activities. 



The general goal of these lionorary societies is the 
furtlierance of service through activities. 

Other honoraries are rewards for outstanding schol- 
arship, either in all-university study or in one par- 
ticular subject field. 

Tlie religious foimdations at the University of Il- 
linois are the remaining link in the chain of complete 
development for our students. Realizing the import- 
ance of religion and worship as a force guiding all 
men through life, they strive to inculcate this feeling 
in their student membership. 

Here briefly is a sketch of the organizations, honor- 
aries and religious foimdations of our University. 
They are available tor all students and cannot be 
denied as one of the facets of our years at Illinois that 
perform a notable service in producing men and 
women who have greater interest and superior knowl- 
edge in their chosen field, or who will find themselves 
better adapted to intelligent living in the years ahead. 
Some of these groups are graphically presented on 
these pages. 



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Top row: Dorothy Stark, Carol Ufkes, Nadine Covert, Emma Anderson, Helen J :cbc 

Second row: Rosemary Scliuster, Janice Gangwer, Mary Geissman, Earleen Barnes, Judith Cotter 

Bottom row: Barbara Schubert, Virginia Seller, secretary; Karen Person, president; Corinne Epstein, treasurer; Dean Mary Harrison, Sandra Ayers 

Not in panel: Loretta Alfonsl, Jane Lemnie, Joanne Nemec, Eugenia Smith, Karen Strack, Norma Strube. vice president: Suzanne Wilson 



Alpha Chron 



The Alpha Chrons, independent sophomore 
women wilh 3.35 grade axerages, strive to encoiu- 
age linther ^\ork. in campus activities, to promote a 
truer Iriendshi]) among members of the Women's 
Ciroup System, and to engage in programs which 
will stimulate leadership among students. 



Alpha Kappa Psi 

This professional commerce organization strives 
for the advancement of lousiness education through 
contacts with jirofessional commerce personnel. 
Through this means, promotion of business ethics, 
scholarship, professional achievement, and indi- 
vidual growth are achieved. 



les Philblao 




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Top row: Frances Bamburg 

Second row: Lindley Crouch, Ada Ross, Patricia Albee 

Bottom row: Sarah Wrobke 

Not in panel: Eleanor Inness 



Alpha Sigma Nu 

This honorary organization recognizes junior and 
senior women who possess above-average scholastic 
records and who have shown outstancUng service to 
Sports and Dance Council. Candidates for mem- 
bership are nominated by Terrapin, Women's 
Sports Association, and Orchesis. 



Alpha Tau Alpha 

Two oi the aims of Alpha Tau Alpha are the 
training of students to become teachers who are 
rural leaders in their communities and the develop- 
ment of a professional spirit in the teaching of agri- 
culture. This group is a professional honorary for 
the agricidtmal education curricuUnn. 



Third row: Thomas Sorrells, Charles Thompson, Paul Heinhorst, Donald Miller, lee West 

Second row: Dr. Lloyd Phipps, adviser; James Reed, Lawrence Duewer, David Cakes, Richard Fairgrieves, Gene Buhrmester 

Bottom row: Vernon Brazle, first vice president; Wayne Pillen, treasurer; Donald Youngkin, Agriculture council representative; Dale Ruckman, president; 

Larson, second vice president; Kent Durbin, secretary 
Not in panel: Prof. William Witt, adviser; Albert Tuntland, Carrol Bolen, Arthur Buesking, Thomas Frey, Edward Morris, Morris Huck 



Dale 




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Arnold Air Society 




Top row: William Lance, Harry Carl, Warren Suzuki, Robert Bruce, Robert Pelkowski, Theodore Feineis, Robert Bloechle, Thomas Wimberly, Robert Potter, Rob- 
ert Novotney, Robert Stubblefleld, Lance Lindeen 

Third row: Norman Vance, Robert Scott, John Culver, William Wydra, Robert Thompson, Ted Smith, Stephen Madden, Robert Wilde, John Seavey, LaVerne Ne«(- 
man, Stanley Karamanol 

Second row: Gary Kenworthy, Ed Seagrave, Gerald Miller, Gerald Wilklov\/, Dennis McCann, John Dyben, Ralph WesthofF, Alan Davidson, Robert Stephens, 
Monte Oberman, Milivoj Tratensek, William Rau, Gordon Thorson, Bruce S*angeland 

Bottom row: Robert Ingram, Robert Vanderstraeten, Donald Georgi, Ronald Miller, David Cade, Barbara Wiltord, Audrey Ostrom, Maj. Warner Brandenburg, 
Robert Newth, Richard Buesinger, Scott Walker, Charles Finch, David Bland 



Officers— Top row: Charles Finch, comptroller; Ronald Miller, special 
projects officer; Scott Walker, operations officer; Donald Georgi, 
adjutant recorder; David Bland, personnel officer; Barbara Wil- 
ford, information services officer 

Bottom row; Maj. Warner Brandenburg, adviser; Richard Buesinger, 
deputy commander; Robert Nev*/th, commander; Audrey Ostrom, 
sponsor 




Founded to honor Jack Schaefer, the first University 
ol Illinois student to lose his life in World War II, 
Arnold Air Society strives to provide officers of the 
highest quality. Formerly the organization included 
cinly advanced AFROTC cadets; this year it has ex- 
tended its membership to all cadets. Since its foimd- 
ing in 1949 it has carried on many varied activities. 
Some of these are: drill team ccjmpetitions, sports con- 
tests with other ,Vrnold Air squadrons, a yearly dance, 
and displays lor Engineering Open House and the 
"Elite Eight" basketball toinnament. The |ack Schae- 
fer scjuadron is the area connn;incl scjuiidron lor Michi- 
gan, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois. In 
total there arc eleven Arnold .\ir scpuulrons in the 
United States. 



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Alpha Lambda Delta 



In order to have membership in this treshman 
women's scholastic honor society, a student must at- 
tain an average of 4.5 with 14 hours ot credit during 
her first semester, or 28 hours her first year. This na- 
tional organization ol 86 active chapters was tounded 
at the University of Illinois in 1924 by Miss Maria 
Leonard, then Dean of Women. A special Christmas 
tea is held for all freshman women who make a 4.0 
average at mid-term. This year Miss Weston, a 
charter member, attended the tea. Special recognition 
is given senior women maintaining the Alpha 
Lambda Delta average throughout their college work. 
Sophomore "Alpha Lams" offer a scholarship assist- 
ance program without charge to freshman women 
desiring academic help. Initiation is held in the 
spring jointly with Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman men's 
counterpart of Alpha Lambda Delta. 




Officers — Top row: Susan Tazewell, secretary; Martha Solomon, presi- 
dent; Lesta Elliott, vice president; Lisa Grable, assistance chair- 
man 

Bottom row: Carolyn Babcock, treasurer 



Top row: Mary Glenney, Janet Meadors, Edwina Garner, Barbara Schubert, Carol Williams, Joan Edmonds, Margaret LaBarre, Artha Ley, Judith Higgins, Jean 

Ratcliffe, Margaret Cunningham, Helen Jacobs, Donna Moran, Lynn Morley, Bonita Anderhub, Judith Kannmacher, Anida Miller, Linda Kannmacher, 

Katherine O'Brien, Sandra Leboe, Karen Bohart, Patricia Long 
Third row: Revonda Archer, Barbara Cunningham, Nadine Covert, Marcia Hoffman, Sandra Goiter, Karen Person, Thelma Sterling, Sally Smith, Jane Lemme, 

Eugenia Smith, Mary Campbell, Jean Prachar, Janna Smith, Bevra Bice, Sharon Crowley, Leatrice Edwards, Leah Schrotberger, Sharon Gerson, Barbara 

Polan, Mary Geissman, Leora Taylor, Elissa Weaver 
Second row: Emma Anderson, Elizabeth Lawler, Carol Joos, Hildegard Ulbrich, Marie Anderson, Lisa Grable, Martha Solomon, Lesta Elliott, Susan Tazewell, 

Carolyn Daily, Carole Hirsch, Judith Moss, Alexandra Crane, Helen Levin 
Bottom row: Ruth Solomon, Hylene Stiefel, Joanne Mathers, Marie Tomasic, Sharon Pucker, Rae Lesser, Elizabeth Wasson, Caria Kogan, Susan Vaughn, Patricia 

Sheahen, Marcia Glasgow, Claudia Florie Kogen, Cynthia Lee, June Fritsch 
Not in panel: Anita Affoiter, Sharon Aubrey, Moreen Alexander, Carolyn Babcock, Nancy Berman, Mary Blenker, Bette Bliss, Evelyn Brown, Joyce Bullock, 

Susanne Campbell, Margaret Csicvara, Linda Cordogian, Judith Delp, Carole Engle, Janice Gangwer, Merle Gordon, Frances Greenspan, Audrey Huck, 

Alice Ingersoll, Judith Lyman, Janet Monier, Elizabeth Roberts, Marilyn Schaus, Virginia Seller, Flora Sick, Julie Stusrud, Frances Swartz, Carol Llfkes, 

Nancy Veach, Linda Weiss, Suzanne Wilson, Sally Zachary 





Top row: Arthur Wyatf, Harold Arnett, Hale Newcomer, Vernon Zimmerman, Robert Dickey, Nelson Wakefield, Robert Mautz, Cecil Moyer, Hellfried Holzer 
Second row: Nicholas Dopuch, Kenneth Perry, Thomas Williams, Charles Griffin, Donald Skadden, adviser; William Thomas, Clarence Avery, James Giese, Phillip 

Fess 
Bottom row: Michael Fox, Arlan Willock, Rodger Callihan, treasurer; Frank Vermaat, vice president; Solomon Kamm, president; Richard Goldstine, secretary; 

Allan Jandera 
Not in panel: Bernard Coda, Richard Collins, Bernard Fruchter, Dorothy Huisinga, William Gray, Norton Bedford, Gerald Brighton, Paul Clevenger, Charles DeLong, 

Joseph DeMaris, Nancy Desmond, Essel Dillavou, Herbert Farber, Horace Gray, Paul Greem, Patrick Kemp, Dorothy Litherland, Gaze Lukas, Ray McGarvey, 

George Mead, Lloyd Morey, Ted Rabun, Robert Schlosser, Hiram Scovill, Paul VanArsdell, Cecil Worrells, Gordon Johns, Harold Jasper, Dale Harrison 



Beta Alpha Psi 



Alpha Zeta 



By acting as a medium ot communication among 
professional men, instructors, and students inter- 
esteti in accountancy, this national professional 
scholastic organization helps encomage its members 
to accept high ethical standards and service as bases 
for the accoimting profession. 



Outstanding men students in agriculture selected 
for scholarship and activities are members of Alpha 
Zeta. Socially the pledges give the actives an ex- 
change with a home economics honorary. This 
group also presents an award to the scholastically 
outstanding freshman in agriculture. 



Top row: Heston Wesson, John Rehn, Robert Cassens, Richard Geschwind, Dick Snodgrass, Ritchie Barnett, Robert Frank, Roger Gallup 
Third row: Rolland Weibel, adviser; John Wilson, Raymond Moffitt, Paul Malven, James Mellon, Donald Smallwood, Larry Casey, Richard Fairgrleves 
Second row: Dr. Waco Albert, adviser; Richard Walter, Vernon Brazle, Richard Vatthauer, Lawrence Duewer, Gary Peterson, Dr. Allan Mueller, adviser 
Bottom row: Don PInney, secretary; Joe Helms, treasurer; David Ash, president; Dale Ruckman, vice president; Dale Helms, John Woods 




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IIIIIIIHI|I>^ 




Top row: Maurice Bau, James Cummins, Allen Anderson, Eugene Boros, Melvin Borg, secretary 

Second row: Jerry Stoneking, vice president; Robert Reuss, president; William Jones, Richard AAartino, treasurer 

Bottom row: Larry Mittendorf, Arthur Mazzier, Robert Vanderwall, Edward Sarsha, program chairman 

Not in panel: Bruce Wolff 



Delta Delta Sigma 

An honorary Iraternity composed ol pre-dental 
students and others interested in the dental pro- 
lession, Deha Deha Sigma coordinates scholastic 
interests and professional exj^erience in a program 
ol field trips, lectmes, and interviews with the lac- 
idty members ol dental colleges. 



Dolphin Fraternity 

This national swimming Iraternity, organized by 
E. J. Manley, promotes acjiiatic activities. One ol 
this year's activities, Dolphin Show, entitled Bon- 
join^ Pierre, was presented on Dads Day and Home- 
coming week ends. A Dolphin queen was selected 
at the final performance. 



Top row; Timothy Swain, Bob Aten, Lawrence Anderson, Robert Pfeiffer, Charies Smith, Henry Dieringer, Edward Jenkins, Christopher AAoyer, Leebert Som- 

mers, Charles Bateson, Robert Hunt, Thomas Krucker, William Norsworthy, William Kemmerer, Lars Larson, LeRoy Pochman, Joseph Huyler 
Third row: Dennis Anderson, Michael Londrigan, Donald Berg. Roger Maupin, Donald Margolis, Don Nelson, Dennis Carlson, Nils Fagerman, Keitii Miller, Joseph 

Smith, Lon Rademacher, James Abell, Thomas Lorenz, Lewis Mabie, Richard Geer 
Second row: Richard Eberhardy, John Donohue, Donald Drever, Dale McDyer, Lorin Whittaker, Owen Ackerman, David Hunsaker, Lawrence Gahan, Donald 

Puchalski, John Fix, Peter Stelton 
Bottom row: James Zinser, Larry Schafer, Renard Bollier, William Black, Edwin Ware, Bruce Harrison, William Turvnac, Robert Stevens, Richard Toth, Alvin Voelkner, 

Michael Yates 




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Top row: L._hl> MimuIl', Sheilj f'uliii, Plorence Thompson, Dorothy Licjht, Betty Holpucti, Diane Nasiatka, Joan Burdick, Lovie Jackson, Martha Drew, Frances Stevens, 

Judith Dawson, Lois Lackner 
Third row: George Ross, Walter Duda, Clarence Poxon, Ann Herreid, Marilyn Huser, Joyce Tunik, Sheila Weinburg, Louise Flacks, Rhea Davis, Eleanor Kenney, 

Alice Sklenicka, Diana Rea, Carole Stiven, Joan Raschke, Margaret Hagan, Sarah Blacher, Kenneth Ratzer, Fred Barnes 
Second row: EuQpne Adam. Phyllis Blede, Clyde Slocunn, Biuma Weiner. Charles Butler, Roberta Beck, JoAnn Williamson, Rosemary Stanton, Glen Glades, Joan 

Barr, Donald Stanek, Virginia Bauman, Gail Newman, David Kozelka 
Bottom row: Arlene Fitzgerald, Rose Kehart, Ruth Thompson, Lena Ward, Mary McDougle, Leta Maloney, Mary Wall, Jean Harding, Mary Clifford, Ann Pickett, 

Marilyn Dunn 



Kappa Delta Pi 



OfFicers — Top row: Diane Nasiatka, recording secretary; Richard Salzer, 
initiation chairman; Frances Stevens, corresponding secretary 

Bottom row: Mary McDougle, treasurer; George Ross, president; Helen 
Fligelman, vice president 




Kappa Delta Pi was iounded on March 8, 1911, 
when Alpha Chapter was founded at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. From then until now, this honor 
society in education has grown until there are 222 
chapters in 45 states. The purpose of Kappa Delta 
Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual, 
and personal standards and to recognize outstand- 
ing student contributions to education. To this 
end, it invites to membership such persons as ex- 
hibit commendable personal cpialities, worthy eciu- 
cational ideals, and high scholarship. It endeavors 
to maintain a high degree of professional fellow- 
ship among its members and to quicken profes- 
sional growth by honoring achievement in educa- 
tional work. Besides honoring scholarship in the 
field of education, .Alpha chapter sponsors various 
educational events on campus each year. It has pre- 
sented a list of distinguished speakers in education 
iind presents an annual a\vard to the oiitslauding 
undergraduate in tiie field. 



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Chi Gamma lota 



To recognize and encourage scholastic achieve- 
ments ot retiuning servicemen and to assist them 
in knowing their Government and University 
rights, privileges and duties, Chi Gamma Iota was 
founded at the University ot Illinois in 1947. Mem- 
bership, which nimibers sixty in Alpha Chapter, 
is restricted to armed torces personnel, veterans, 
and advanced R.O.T.C. students maintaining a 4.0 
academic average. Meetings are held monthly dur- 
ing the school year, and a banquet is given each 
semester to welcome initiates to the chapter. Chi 
Gamma Iota sponsors three awards lor otitstanding 
achievement in scholarship, and in campus and 
civic activities. Two are given to members ol the 
group; the third goes to an advanced R.O.T.C. 
student. 




Officers— Top row: Robert Eustice, William Beutjer, Jack Puariea 
Bottom row: John Cain, Gilbert Nicoll 



Top row: Donald Huffaker, Robert Anderson, Roya! Cox, Donald Nage, George Borg, Myron Armstrong, national secretary-treasurer; Michael Cochran, Roy Post 
Third row: Kenneth Hartz, Robert Taylor, Charles Heathman, Ferman Sims, Dale Smith, Wilbert Pichler, Thomas Gallagher, James Schrader, Kenneth Kamber 
Second row: Oscar Dodson, adviser; Dr. Leslie Bryan, adviser; Robert Eustice, Gilbert Nicoll, John Cain, William Beutjer, Jack Puariea, John Hutchinson, national 

president 
Bottom row: Robert Groemling, John Blakslee, Howard Crombie, Ray Speckman, Donald Johnson 




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Top row: Virginia Davis, rush chairman; Dora Lee, secretary; Dr. James Mullen, adviser; Susan Gleissman, president; Kafherine Kendeigh, treasurer 
Bottom row; Louise Schultz, Judith Dickinson, reporter; Mary Ehrlicher, vice president; Sharon Reeves 
Not in panel: Marylin Daly, Barbara Ropers, Mary Fitzgerald, Arlene Brumlik 



Gamma Alpha Chi 



Gargoyle Society 



Women with interest in advertising journalism 
or design are members of Gamma Alpha Chi. An 
eventlul day lor the group was the field trip to one 
ot Chicago's largest achertising agencies. This year 
Illinois was well represented at the national "GAX" 
convention at Indiana University. 



Gargoyle Scjciety is an honorary organization 
with membership restricted to students in archi- 
tecture denujnstrating excellence in scholarship, 
character and architectural ability. Gargoyle's pin- 
pose is to advance the profession ol architecture 
and promote an interchange of ideas. 



Top row: Paul Helmie, Louis Narcisi, Phillip Gold, Ronald Piotrowski, Donald Engelhard, Thomas Umhoefer, Larry Ray, Gerald Exiine, Tom Bartuska, Kenneth 

Inada 
Second row: Joan Englis, Richard Schwarz, treasurer; Philip Locashio, president; Prof. Alan Laing, Prof. Edmund Toth, Dona'd Courteau, vice president; Joan 

Chapin, secretary; Thomas Green 
Bottom row: William Davis, Jam?s Dierkos, Valdmar Heitur, Jack Olsen, Leonard Peterson, Scott Seaton, Fred Moyer 




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Top row: Elsine Holmes, Nancy Williams, Elizabeth McHose, Deanna Africk, Ann Wideroe, Lois Eisner, Claretta Metzger, Barbara Kilburn 

Bottom row: Marianne Ivey, Lois Doniger, Nancy Knosher 

Not in panel: Donna Tredrea, Nancy Anvari, Carolyn Anderson, Geraldine Guren, Helen Mutschler, adviser 



Mu Phi Epsilon 

As a national music sorority, this professional 
group works for the advancement of music and 
music appreciation in America. The high standards 
ol scholarship, musicianship, and character are a 
challenge to all women music students. 



Omega Beta Pi 

This national honorary pre-medical fraternity en- 
courages high scholarship by having high member- 
ship standards and by presenting an award to an 
outstanding sophomore pre-medical student. To 
accjuaint members with their future profession, the 
group sponsors medical lee tures and movies. 



Top row: Keith McCloskey, David Morowitz, Robert Long, William Bogard, Allen Devleschoward, Robert Metzger, Frank Cipriano 

Third row: Jon Sandberg, Alan Morris, Robert Doepp, Frederick Brightbill, Norman Silverstein, William Rogers, David Magnus, James McGunnigal 

Second row: David Sattem, Burdett Dunbar, Sharon Spaulding, Horst Konrad, Will. am Carlock, Carl Gak 

Bottom row: Gerald Vermeulen, Harvey Whitfield, Mary Glenney, Nancy Wertheim, Jan Gray, James Brown 




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Top row: Kenneth Kopecky, Beryl Mell, Warren Brunton, Donald Singletary, Earl Montgomery, Robert Reichard, Fred Olin, David Huxsoll, Edward Dick, Louis 
Strack, Philip Rose 

Third row: Neil Becker, Onlyn Murphy, Robert Blakely, Robert Young, Robert Bratthauar, Philip Zand, Robert Price, William Britz, Bruce Hansen, Jim Stephens, 
Leater Thomson 

Second row: Daniel Schamper, Philip Watson, Byford Wood, t^ax Hughes, LeRoy Erickson, Lawrence Friedman, Lawrence Roder, Carol Lang, John Horn, Marvin 
Cosnow 

Bottom row: Nelly Lee, Donald Ferlicka, treasurer; David Mackay, secretary; David Rash, vice president; Dr. Joseph Alberts, faculty adviser; Kenneth Altera, presi- 
dent; Roger Litz, Donald Feldman, Regina Kohl, Stephanie Koelling, Richard Spira 



Omega Tau Sigma 



Pershing Rifles 



Opportunity to analytically survey the veterinary 
profession is a provision oi this fraternity. It en- 
courages and fosters the development of well- 
rounded ethical veterinarians. Also, imparted to 
its members is a desire to zealously serve the varied 
needs of our animal kingdom. 



In March, 1958, this society was host at its 10th 
annual drill meet, the largest in the country. In 
this meet, the Illinois team won one of the three di- 
visions, the FM 22-5. The group also held a bivouac 
in October and provided color guards for athletic 
events and memorial ceremonies. 



Top row: David Isaacson, Richard lllyes, Wayne Ault, John Lesak, Richard AAcCormick, Gene Smith, Richard Lunde 

Fifth row: Robert Dunbar, Ernest Useman, Charles Scott, John Stewart, Ronald Mickelson, Lewis Jones, William Adair, Lawrence Residori, James Florreich, William 
Tygeft 

Fourth row: John Buley, Randolph Nichols, Richard Vanderlinden, Stephen Wilk, Kenneth Smith, James Adell, Paul Koster, John Duff, Daniel Gill, Lloyd Lehn 

Third row: George Gafhman, Kenneth Kozy, Frederick Wettering, George Moy, Michael, Gallagher, Carl Turnquist, John DeReu, Guenter Bruckmann, Richard Jack- 
son, Horst Hamann 

Second row: John Geisinger, John Leidenheimer, Philip Kellogg, Lawrence Marlewski, Roger Banning, Richard Goddard, Leo Coplea, Carter Brantner, Neil John- 
son, Eugene Snyders 

Bottom row: Capt. James Smith, adviser; Capt. L. Livingston, adviser; Lt. Col. D. R, McClelland, adviser; Mary Braun, sponsor; Edgar Madsen, Capt. R. Cham- 
berlin, adviser; Lyman Wilmot, William Bradley 




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Top row: Boyce McWard, Gerald Moody, John Hawkins, Edward Parrish, Ronald Loerger, AAichaei AAaguire, Edwin Snow, John Sweefnam, Charles Bliss, 

jamin Dreidel, David Lipson 
Bottom row: Bruce Jewell, Richard Jamison, Edwin Walker, Virginia Hommel, sponsor; Capt. Carrol Wilson, Thomas Hofmann, Albert Linden, Harry Simmons 



Phalanx Military 
Honorary Society 

Men who are in the R.O.T.C. advanced corps oi 
the Army, Navy, and .\ir Force are ehgible lor Pha- 
hmx membership. Not only do these men attain 
knowledge concerning military tactics and a pre- 
paredness to deiend the coinitry, but they also en- 
jov dances and an annual Nfay picnic. 



Phi Alpha Mu 



Conceived by the Scholarship Committee of In- 
terlraternity Council, this scholastic honorary 
group, the newest on oin- campus, boasts member- 
ship ol c:)nly those junior and senior students who 
are members ot national social Iraternities and who 
have maintained grade averages ol 4. .5. 



Top row: Gordon Johns, William Corley, Ralph Magin, Charles Zartman, John Clark, Richard Adams 

Bottom row: Charles Wolven, treasure""; Gene Fox, vice president; Robert Harmon, president; Don Bienfang, secretary 

Not in panel: Stuart Goodman, John Hudson, George Edgell, Paul Bowman, Richard Collins, Richard Schaet^er 




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Phi Eta Sigma 




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cchetti, Douglas Bauhng, Cliurlui Becl.Ln.r, Albert Bergschneider, Frank Berming- 
bell, Donald Carlson, Myron Carpenter, Lloyd Chase, Frand Chen, Frank Cipriano, 
s, Donald Doherty, Thomas Dolan, Raymond Duewer, Dennis Duffield, Elmer 
nis Fineberg, Robert Frame, Donald Friedman, Bruce Fryman, Roger Gallup, 
Halcom, Dennis Hall, Kenneth Harbison, Donald Hartter, Albert Heitmann, Lars 
olloway, Wesley Hosken, Robert Howe, William Johnson, Michael Kaplan, Frank 
n Larson, William Lawrence, Charles Lewis, Elmer Lewis, Ronald Link, Barry 
tzger, Frank Miles, Forest Muir, James Muirhead, Thomas Murley, Michael 
h, John Parrish, Ronald Parsons, Richard Petrowich, Delbert Post, Nahum Rand, 
dor, Anthony SchaefFer, W. Achmeal, John Scott, Daniel Sigband, Gordon Sissing, 
scher, Robert Taylor, Everett Thomas, Paul Tingleff, Warren Trester, Walwyn 
ert Watson, John Werner, Frederick Wettering, Harvey Whitfield, Jack Widholm, 
John Yeager 



Officers — Top row: Carl Faust, vice president; Robert Parker, treasurer 
Bottom row; Earl Parrish, historian; Ronald Link, president; Daniel Sig- 
band, secretary 




III 192.S, Alpha chapter ol Phi Eta Sigma was 
louiicled at the L'niveisity ol Illinois to eiuomage 
and reward high scholarship in Ireshman men. 
Each man earning a 4.5 grade average during his 
first semester or year is eligible lor membership in 
this honorary Iraternity. In 1958, 12() new Phi Eta 
Sigmas were initialed at Illinois. To promote schol- 
arship, the Thomas Arkle Clark Award is given 
yearly to the sophomore meml)er with the highest 
average and a rushing smoker is hclil to honor 
Ireshmen \\ith a 1.0 midterm average. There is 
al.so a l)an(piet witii .\lpha Lamixla Delta. 



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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 




Top row: Eugene Yinling, John Nemeth, Richard Vandament, Seth Flanders, Carlyle Johnson, Jan Bach, Charles Aschbrenner 

Second row: Bernard Steinberg, John McCauley, John Brahms, Norbert Ceislewicz, Ron Worstell, Arthur Bower, Michael Esselstrom 

Bottom row: Joseph Firrantello, George Sanders, George Frock, Gerald Gross, Francis Bowen, Kirby Johnson, Edmund Williams 

Not in panel: William Geis, Maurice Jones, James Kelly, George Henkel, Kenneth Marshall, Gilbert Papp, Ralph Pahlow, James Vobornik, Kenneth Bonnem 



Officers: Charles Aschbrenner, corresponding secretary; Jan Bach, vice 
president; George Frock, historian; Edmund Williams, president; 
John Nemeth, treasurer; Bernard Steinberg, recording secretary 




The 1958 Province Convention, held in Urbana 
last November, highlighted the year's activities lor 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinlonia. A national prolessional 
music fraternity founded in 1898 and ninnbering 
155 chapters, its goals are to advance the cause of 
music in America antl to promote ^velfare and 
brotherhood of music students. One feature of its 
work is the biennial composition contest sponsored 
by Alpha Xi chapter. The University of Illinois 
group presents student recitals, faculty lectures and 
radio programs. Each year it gives a scholarship to 
a promising freshman music student. 



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Top row: Michael Maguire, David Geist, Robert Gilburg, Herbert Lund 

Fifth row: John Herrmann, Vernon Brazle, Paul Hofman, treasurer; Nicholas Derrough, Gerald A^iller, Stuart Reiter 

Fourth row: Ronald Koerner, John Means, Robert Schmidt, Larry Leiken, Albert Lorenz, Kent Koelling, Daniel Seiler, secretary; James Cannon 

Third row: George Utz, Richard Barker, William Davis, James Lytle, Thomas Wiles, Robert Allen, Ronald Sonneman, James Shotliff 

Second row: Henry Lang, David Lipson, David Boling, Roger Kensil, Walter Herbst, Charles Wirth, William Davenport, Bruce Jewell, Barry Greenburg, Virgil 

Reed 
Bottom row: MaJ. Foster Hetzel, adviser; Margaret Phillips, sponsor; Ritchie Barnett, president; Joseph Miller, vice president; Roger JefFers, John Rosko, Charles 

Philblad, Anthony Danosky 



Phi Chi Eta 



Phi Delta Kappa 



Members of this Quartermaster Military Fra- 
ternity attend meetings once a month to which 
speakers ol military status are invited. This fra- 
ternity, a national organization foimded at the 
University of Illinois in 1947, provides fellowship 
among Quartermaster Advanced Corps Cadets. 



An honorary fraternity for professional men in 
education, Phi Delta Kappa aims to promote pub- 
lic education as essential to a democracy through 
its ideals of research, service, and leadership. 
Members are elected for previous service and 
promise of further achievements in education. 



Officers — Top row; Charles Allen, faculty adviser; Charles Martin, newsletter chairman; Terry Denny, program chairman; Robert Fracker, corresponding secretary 
Bottom row: Theodore Renick, vice president; Earl Patton, president; Charles Warwick, publications chairman; Robert Kane, historian 




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Ch, 



Jackson, Richard Drees, Paul Dreger, Donald Niemeier, Thomas 



Top row: Wim Van Beaumont, Joseph Fisher, Robert McKinnon, Harry Vdlerirnie, 

Learning, Seymour Lerner 

Second row: Ronald Fusco, Ronald Spamer, James Cvik, Stephen Molaro, George Niva, Herbert Tellfors, Cedric Dempsey, adviser 
Bottom row: Edward Gombos, treasurer; Albert Campbell, president; Thomas Breen, vice president 

Not in panel: James Skmner, Sell Wesley, Edmund Bernauer, Dr. Thomas Cureton, Maxwell Garret, John Greenleaf, Dr. Alfred Hubbard, Warren Huffman, Dr. 

Harold Kenney, Ashbury Moore, Robert Nicoiette, Timothy Nugent, Richard Pohndorf, Fred Roby, Don Sammons, David Stacey, Dr. Seward Staley, LeRoy 

Sterling, Dr. Howard Weaver 



Phi Epsilon Kappa 

Unique in being the only national prolessional tra- 
ternity tor men who are majoring in health, physical 
education or recreation, Phi FLpsilon Kappa, through 
its activities strives to elevate the prolessional stand- 
ards and ideals ol its members. 



Phi Upsilon Omicron 

Founded in 1909, Phi Upsilon Omicron is a pro- 
fessional home economics fraternity with membership 
based on scholarship, professional attitudes, leader- 
ship and service in home economics. Afembers carry 
on various professional projects every year. 



Top row: Patric'a Move, Bobette Northcutt, Jane Anderson, Linda Hale, Marjorie Swanson, Janet Beard, Mary Rafferty, Susan Kahl, Mary Lou Doyle, Barbara 
Breece, Sylvia Wineland, Nancy Herman 

Third row: Julia Zink, Savilla Anderson, Janet Rutherford, vice president; Eleanor Masters, recording secretary; Mary Lou Pate, adviser; Phyllis Floyd, presi- 
dent; Judith Fahnstrom, Mary Ann Inwood, treasurer; Sandra Rayburn 

Second row: Carolyn Peterson, Alicia Laible, Kathryn Manning, Elizabeth Kindle, Nancy Funkhouser, Suzanne Jeffries, Elsie Robison, Joan Rose 

Bottom row; Mary Schrader, Helen Culkin, Janice Tullock, Gloria Krashen, Carol Robison, Barbara Albright 

Not in panel: Joann Gish, Kay Asay, Mary Jane Babler, Elaine Danley, Marion Stuenkel, corresponding secretary; Nancy Swain, Lois Voeipel, Marian Vreeland 




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The international honorary and professional 
Iraternity in the fiekl ol management, Sigma Iota 
Kpsilon, was loundetl at the University ot Illinois 
in 1927 to recogni/e ontstantling students and 
practitioners in management. It has now spread 
throughout the country and has eight diaptcrs. 
Junior standing in any college, a 1.0 average, and 
an active interest in management are the require- 
ments for student membership. Honorary mem- 
bers are chosen to reward outstaniling contribu- 
tions in the practicing field. Each semester, the 
Managers' Key, containing artic les by prominent 
businessmen and scholars regarding management 
principles and techniques, is |)ublished by one 
of the chapters and sent to all members. On 
campus, Sigma Iota Epsilon's major 1 unction is 
to bring leadeis in the management field here for 
speeches and discussions concerning some perti- 
nent tojiic . 




CfTtcers: Charles Redmon, president; Clifford Nelson, vice president; Walter 
Guyer, secretary; Glen Goodwin, treasurer 



Sigma lota Epsilon 




Top row: Lester Barnes, Richard Dubberke, Marvin Newport, David Carter, Josfph Miller, Irvin Heckmann, adviser; Richard Starmann, Sherwood Huneryager 
Second row: Walter Guyer, Clifford Nelson, Charles Redmon, Doris Carlberg, G en Goodwin, Prof. Merten Mandeville 
Bottom row: Robert Allen, Clarence Sims, Antoine Arnaudy, Robert Denomy 



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Top row: Jerome /Wockenhaupt, Ralph Bunting, James DePauw, Richard Martin, Robert Medrow, Richard Lee, Robert Nil<olai, Roger Nichols, George Kuhlman 
Third row: David Ahner, Norman McCormick, David Wade, Donald Lindholm, Sherril Glover, Donald Bianchetta, Arne AAayala, Steve Wutzke, Richard Parmelee 
Second row: Carl Bodenschatz, Frank Wright, Ding Wa Maran, Robert Storkman, Daniel Czernik, Thomas Steskal, Gilbert Wedekind, James Bayne, faculty adviser 
Bottom row: Bobby Scheller, Daniel Lenkaitis, Dean Walling, Roger Kimber, David Carlson, Burton Holaday 



Pi Tau Sigma 



Fouiulecl ill 1915, Pi Tau Sigma is an honorary 
sciiolastic Iraternity in mechanical engineering that 
iuiutions to stimulate high ideals, standards, and 
interests by coordinating departmental activities. 
A "Know Your Faculty" program incorporates 
social meetings, bowling and soltball contests. 



Harold Decker direcfs the Varsity Men's Glee Club in one of 
their regular rehearsals. 



Two foreign students appear to enjoy the American hospitality 
shown them in the lllini Union. 




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Top row: Nancy Dixon, Bevtriy Wilson, adviser; Pdlntid i^unn, Betty Wenz, Barbara Evers, Nancy Anderson, Olympia Dyer, Ruth Klotz, Jane Russell, Phyllis 

Delveaux, Diane Wehrmeister, Lucia Andrle, Barbara Harris, Marilyn Austin 
Second row: Ann Sognefest, Peggy Ingalls, Marjorie Harris, adviser; Barbara Conant, Sonja Peterson, Aliceanne Hoff, Roberta Abell, Patricia Wall, Janet Ellis, 

Marilyn Schaus, Sheila Lindsay, Ann Lindeman, Eleanor Shook, Janet Greenberg 
Bottom row: Barbara Walker, Patricia Sheahen, Brenda Cudzik, Sally Langhaar, Susan Rypstat, Valerie Vogel, Charlotte Gallati, Sara Bockwinkel, Sheila McGrath, 

Cheryl Potter, Sharon Cassell, Barbara Giles, Margaret Sprehe, Diane Teeter 
Not in panel: Freya Blitztein, Anita Getman, Maureen Charles, Terry Cohn, Mary Kyalla, Georgia Lurie 



Terrapin 



Officers — Top row: Patricia Dunn, secretary 

Second row: Peggy Ingalls, vice president; Ann Sognefest, 

historian 
Bottom row: Barbara Walker, president; Nancy Dixon, treasurer 




All honorary swimming club, Terrapin pro- 
motes aquatic proficiency and stimulates interest 
by combining tun and splashing frolic in an annual 
program designed to exhibit the skill of its mem- 
bers and the merits of the sport. All women stu- 
dents are eligible to join the organization and 
membership is gained on the basis of swimming 
skill determined in a tryout. Each year is high- 
lighted by the Inter-house Swimming Meet, the 
High School Clinic, and the Mothers Day \Vater 
Show. The High School Clinic aids those high 
schools in Illinois that desiie to improve their 
swimming programs. A marathon swim, a speed 
swim, and a form swim are the events that mark 
the Inter-house Swimming Meet. A clever arra\ 
of artful mermaidic exercises are jjeriormed in the 
annual Mothers Day Water Show as the movements 
of the swinmiers are syu'hroni/ed to nuisic and 
enhanced by unusual lighting effects. Ciraduaie 
women are awarded cash pii/es Irnni rerra])in's 
educational fund in order to lurtlur tlte interests 
of the Teirapin Club. 



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Sigma Tau 



This engineering honorary was lounded in 1!)()1 
at the University ol Nebraska with the desire to be 
oi service to engmeering education. The objectives 
ol the Iraternity are recognition ot the personal at- 
tainments ol engineering students, promotion ol 
the interests ol the engineering college, and en- 
couragement ol lellowship among students training 
lor the engineering profession. 

Meml)ersliip is made up ol junior and senior en- 
gineering students wlio meet the required stand- 
ards ol scholarship, leadership, and character. In 
recognition ol a student's outstanding work, Sigma 
Tau offers a lellowship which can be irsecl to finance 
post-graduate study at a recognized university. 

The Illinois chapter ol Sigma Tau was estab- 
lished in 1911, and since its loimding has offered an 
opportunity lor the development ol professional 
contacts and Iriendsliips. 




Officers: Orville Miller, historian; William Johnston, treasurer; Hubert 
Grush, vice president; Tommy Bell, secretary; Richard Sievers, 
Pyramid correspondent; Charles Zartrnan, president 



Top row: Allen Lewis, Darryl Albright, Charles Strom, Thomas Walker, Norman McCormick, Roger Pyatt, Roy HIavacek, Alwin Sorensen, Philip Geheber, Henry 

Timmer, Kenneth Easley, Richard Nordsieck 
Second row: Tommy Bell, Richard Sievers, Dr. Robert Bohl, Charles Zartman, William Johnston, Hubert Grush, Orville Miller 
Bottom row: Richard Jackson, Henry Pao, Raymond Pittman, Roger Harrison, Jack Coleman, Alfred Hendron, John Gray, Harry Sauervi^ein 
Not in panel: Joseph Strode 




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Top row: Ralph Reno, vice president; Neal Ball, Charles Sotir, Ronald Cohen, R3ymond Levin, Thomas Barber, Wilbur Starkey, Marvin Scott, Robert O'Rourke, 

secretary; Richard ken, treasurer; Charles Keller, George Willhlte, David Wilke, Morton Engelberg 
Second row: Merwin Sigale, president; Kenneth Brov^/n, Nils Pedersen, David Lange, Gerald Silverman, Martin Wyant, Franklin Smith, John Penn, Melvin 

Runge, Richard Schwarzlose, John Finley, James Rutledge 
Bottom row: Jerome Modieski, Norman Snitovsky, Robert Miller, Hov^ard Smulevitz, Raymond VanNatta, Warren Mould, Harold Mace, Michael Whalen, William 

Donahoo, David Mieher, Hans Lustig 
Not in panel: Prof. Richard Hildwein, adviser; Gerald Winnick, Conrad Locand^r, Richard Adams, George Calamaras, Thomas Jones, Richard Archbold, Richard 

Smith, Wayne Painter, Victor Rodriguez, Bruce Johnson, Charles Loebbaka 



Sigma Delta Chi 



Sigma Gamma Tau 



The Illinois chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, founded 
in 1912, engages in a program of professional activi- 
ties to enhance the journalistic competence of its 
members. It publishes Tumor, the annual humor 
newspaper; sponsors the Gridiron Banquet; and 
promotes higher journalism standards. 



All twenty-four members of this society, which 
honors outstanding engineering students, seek to 
foster the highest standards of ethical and profes- 
sional practices and to create a spirit of loyalty and 
fellowship, particularly among those who are inter- 
ested in aeronautical engineering. 



Top row: Earl Dowell, Saunders McCord, Prof. Henry Stillwell, Robert Farquhar, Harry Sauerwein 
Bottom row: George Edgell. Philip Geheber, Charles Strom, Robert Davis 

Not in panel: Warren James, Jerry Lundry, Clive Whittenbury, Jerry Harper, Paul Deutschle, James Martin, Donald Chenoweth, Alan Culver, Fred AAartikan, 
Edward Walsh, Richard Sievers 




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Top row: Helen Semanczuk, Edelgard Eicholz, Nancy Swam, Linnea Pearson, Vernalie Moberg, Mary Mohrman, Arlene Brumlik, Diane Croll 

Second row: Judy Hedger, Karen VanDoren, Betty Wold, vice president; Marilyn Pleasant, treasurer; Margaret Moots, president; Prof. Joe Sutton, faculty spon- 
sor; Phyllis Voy, secretary 
Bottom row: Linda Craig, Cynthia Browne, Virginia Boltn, Mrs. Jan Phillips, alumnae sponsor; Jeannine Rhine, Virginia Temple 
Not in panel: Barbara Ropers, Mary Seibert, Marylin Daly 



Theta Sigma Phi 

Tlieta Sigma Phi, national professional honorary 
lor women joiniialists, seeks to raise joinnalism 
standards and inspire greater individual effort. 
Members are chosen tor high scholarship and lor 
work in journalism. Pi chapter sponsors the annual 
Matrix l^anquet and several related projects. 



Skull and Crescent 



Skull and Crescent, choosing its members from 
the twenty-five oldest fraternities on campus, honors 
sophomore men with high achievement in scholar- 
ship and activities. The Skull and Crescent Pa- 
jama Race in the fall and a formal dinner dance 
in the sjjring are some of its acti\ities. 



Top row; Frank Hann, Lawrence Kuzela, Dave Gantt, Larry Lessen, jeffery Roski, Ronald Peterson, Charles Didrickson, John Hynes, Robert Armstrong, John 

Schrader, Edward Daly, Walter Bergfleld, David Abrahamson, Emil Squeteri 
Second row: James Kaminski, Donald Kendeigh, William Carson, treasurer; Robert Reuter, secretary; Carl Faust, president; Alan Buckles, vice president; David 

Rademacher, Alexandre Jankowski 
Bottom row: David Voelpel, Rodney Sherman, Eugene Schmitt, Timothy Swain, David Ambrose, Leo Castelein, Roger Groth, Frederick Roecker 
Not in panel: Eugene Abraham, Robert Andrews, James Arnold, James Beckmann, Herbert Crane, Rudolph Dorner, Thad Harshbarger, David Hutchison, Robbe 

Jones, Thomas Keefer, Robert Lenz, David McKee, David Middlemas, Paul Montgomery, Wayne Pearson, Raymond Pitton, Harold Roos, William Sawtell, 

John Schelkopf, James Zinser 



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Shi-Ai. the sopliomore activity lionorary lor so- 
rority women, works to promote and strengthen 
Irienclship among the sororities and encourage in- 
terest in campus activities. It lioids exciiangcs witii 
Alpha Chron, Star and Scroll, and Skull and 
Oescent. Established jointly in 1920 by Illinois 
and Northwestern. Siii-Ai holds bi-monthly diinier 
meetings and participates in many service projects. 
This honorary s]K)nsors Shi-Ai Sing during Mothers 
Day weekend, and with the proceeds it provides 
lour scholarships lor needy so])h()more girls. In the 
s])ring, each sorority chooses two Ireshman girls 
outstanding in leadership, activities, and scholar- 
ship to represent them in Shi-.\i. 



Officers: Joan Greenberg, president; hAae AAirto, secretary; Judy Ent, vice 
president; Lorna Klorfine, treasurer 



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Top row: Helen Korenchan, Mary Fries, Leora Taylor, Bonita Anderhub, Carolyn Franks, Beverly Kimes, Frances Wertheim, Patricia Brewer, Nancy Ktindsra, Audrey 

Gronant, Saundra Youmans, Margaret Allen, Barbara Turnipseed, Nathalia Payne 
Third row: Florie Kogen, Barbara Pierce, Margaret LaBarre, Claire Johnson, Karen Aventsen, Juanita Neal, Beth Dohme, Judith Morley, Joan Johnsos, Frances 

Swartz, Bari Gold, Sandra Grossman, Carol Enrico, Lesta Elliott 
Second row: Carol Singer, Carol Palmer, Judy Moss, Vicki Soukup, Elissa Weaver, Josephine Lodato, Melinda Bresee, Deborah Rothholtz, Maris Freed, Ellen Zimblor. 

Vida Thompson, Melissa Blanke 
Bottom row: Roslyn Sheck, Gail Spers, Caria Kogan, Janet Meadors, Ann Morgan, Jean Ratcliffe, Susan Vaughn, Bernice Schradskt, Ellen Brockway, Martha Gilkerson, 

Sharon Thompson 
Not in panel: Carolyn Babcock, Delories Biddle, Barbara Kopecky 



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Star and Scroll 




Top row: William Nelson, Sanford JafFe, Jack Widholm, Frederick Zimmermann, Richard Peters, Roger AAandel, Dennis Lory, Lawrence Wolf, Richard Diedrich 
Third row: Walter Schramm, Forrest Paxton, Robert Hughes, David Boerner, William Lowry, Richard Swallow, Gerald Salzman, Charles Mulleft 
Second row: Harold Hayward, Thomas Lorenz, Darrell Gieseking, William Burke, Glenn Cuerden, Elliott Lisnek, James Pritikin 
Bottom row: John Diserio, Glen Thorson, Frederich Huelster, Philip Schreck, Jerry Jamieson, Arthur Yuenger, Bernard Gaudi 
Not in panel: Richard Lazar, William Hogate, Larry Fink, John Means, John Weisenberger 



Officers — Top row: Darrell Gieseking, secretary; Richard Lazar, sergeant 

at arms; John Weisenberger, vice president 
Bottom row: William Burke, president 
Not in panel: Glenn Cuerden, treasurer 




A highlight ol Star and Scroll's activities is the 
coronation ot the cjiieen at their annual ciance. 
This honorary lor sophomores ironi twenty mem- 
ber Iraternities also participates in High School 
Circus and jointly sponsors a coitee hour with Shi- 
Ai. Members are selected trom the freshman classes 
of the fraternities every year for their scholarship, 
fraternal spirit and potential as campus leaders in 
extra-cmricular activities. This group was foimded 
at the University of Illinois to promote inter-frater- 
nity fellowship, raise freshman scholarship, encour- 
age participation in activities, and perpetuate the 
traditions of the l^niversitv. 



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Toinaliawk is the national indcpeiuleut men's 
honorary service Iraternity. Its nieniheiship is made 
u|) ol independent Ireshman men whose oiitstaiul 
ing \\()ik in campus activities marks them as poten- 
tial leaders in extra-curricular activities. Each man 
has made a valuable contribution to the University 
through participation in one ol the many campus 
activities. In addition to ac ting as a service organi- 
zation lor the University, Tomahawk sponsors a 
scholarship, a contest with Skidl and Crescent, and 
several chapter exchanges. Thrcjugh its activities, 
Tomahawk strives to develop greater bonds ol lel- 
lowship among members and all independent men. 



Officers — Top row: Dale Gibbs, historian; Robert Robinson, publicity 

secretary; Robert Bruce, vice president 
Bottom row: GeralcJ Mclntyre, treasurer; Roger Grissom, president; 

Merle Tuggle, secretary 



Tomahawk 




Top row John Reynolds, Gary Bronstein, Thomas Robertson, Leonard Bartel, R, chard Furner, Merle Tuggle, Anthony Kardis, David Christopherson 
Second row: Wesley Palmer, Roger Grissom, Simon Sheridan. Donald Morrissey, Edward Colby, Dale Gibbs 
Bottom row: Neil Johnson, Robert Bruce, Ross Coons, James Philblad, Robert Rjbinson, Gerald Mclntyre 



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Engineering students are offered an opportunity to be- 
ong to a national Iraternity that welds intellectuality 
o professional skill by dovetailing scholarship and char- 
cter. Membership continues after graduation with in- 
lividual members kept abreast of fraternal activities 
hrough a national magazine. The organization requires 
(ledges to meet intellectual standards which are tested 
inough bi-annual examinations and character references 
ibtained frcmi faculty. This year the fraternity erected 

replica of their fraternal pin on a shrub-rimmed patio 
lest of the Civil Engineering building. 




Officers — Top row: Evan Buxk, vice president; Kermif Held, president; 
Darryl Albright, recording secretary; Harry Sauerwein, cataloger 

Bottom row: Jack Krumwieds, 'reasurer; William Hall, adviser; Thomas 
Hartley, adviser; Wendsll Miller, adviser; Charles Wolven, cor- 
responding secretary 



Tau Beta Pi 




Top row: Joseph Hafele, Harry Broberg, Thomas Hartley, William Beutjer, Ralp'n Bunting, Richard Parmelee, John Elson, James DePauw, Orville Miller, William 

Johnston, Bruce Bydal, Allen Lewis, James Pace, Ear! Dowell 
Fourth row: James Leach, William Hull, Howard Wakeland, Harold Payne, Barry Koepke, Norman McCormick, Charles Hall, Phillip Gould, Paul Bowman, Robert 

Poeschel, Roger Pyatt, William Hartley, Richard Ahrenkiel, Saunders McCord, Shiomo KarnI 
Third row: John Clem, Mark Templeton, Charles Wolven, corresponding secretary; Darryl Albright, recording secretary; Kermit Held, president; John Krumwiede, 

treasurer; Prof. Ellery Payne, William McClurg, Michael Haynes 
Second row: Norman Whisier, John Schneider, James Hanley, Eric Koch, George Fdgell. Roger Harrison, Richard Lee, Roger Kimber, John McWhirter 
Bottom row: James Young, Allen Ormsbee, adviser; Fred Moyer, Robert McLaren, Frank Thompson, Vernon Mueller, James Gerardo 



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Top row: Clarence Hurt, Lawrence Anderson, David Dow, John Frank, Jerry Latta, William Blake, Thomas Colman, Roy Buckner, Lawrence Miller, Richard 

Sanders, Clarke Neal, Phillip Gould, Gene Heien 
Third row: William Schaulin, Robert Reis, Richard Aron, George Grubb, Jerry Rainbolt, Kent Francis, John Doe, Howard Cochran, Darrell Gieseking, Mark 

Templeton, Aldrich Lipka, Clyde Smith, Donald Alexander 
Second row: Richard Statham, Thomas Walker, William Forsythe, Carl Baumann, Capt. Robert Decker, Air Force representative; Nancy Kircher, sponsor; Capt. 

Robert Chamberlian, Army representative; Roger Nichols, Richard Lindeman, William Huffman, Jimmie Furno 
Bottom row: Robert Guy, Edward Delong, Marvin Myers, Keith Miller, James Loblaw, James Sharp, David Wilson, Richard Ollila, Joseph Klieber 



Scabbard and Blade 



Organized 53 years ago, Scabbard and Blade now 
has over 63,000 members nationally. Its purpose is 
to unite military departments of American univer- 
sities and promote Iriendship among cadet officers. 
Members are chosen for merit and leadership from 
the advanced corps of all ROTC branches. 



Sigma Alpha lota 

Women music majors with high scholarship and 
musical ability are eligible for Sigma Alpha Iota 
membership. These women present musical pro- 
grams and radio and television series. In addition, 
the group sponsors the MacDowell Colony for Cre- 
ative Artists in Peterborough, New Hampshire. 



Top row: Janet Meadors, Colette Holman, Marlene Litwiller, Gwendolyn Hayes, Suzanne Wilson, Emily Chval, Dixie Rodehaver, Shirley Myers, Karen Smith 

Third row: Eleda Dettore, Margaret Sisk, Janice Zwoll, Norma Hill, Kaye Wendell, Patricia Davies, Mary Morrison 

Second row: Martha Gilkerson, Janice Camp, Genevieve Zeh, Earleen Barnes, Barbara Williams, Margaret Dempsey, Kathryn Corbin 

Bottom row: Julia Cash, editor; Alice Robertson, vice president; Elaine Coady, corresponding secretary; Mary Rockstad, president; Lynd Werlheim, treasurer; 

Maribeth Lutz, secretary; Paula Silverman, historian; Sandra Eppard, chaplain 
Not in panel: Patricia Bell, Lisa Grable, Lois Rucker 



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Top row: Joseph Schoenauer, Donald Doherty, William Larson, Gerald Langkammerer, William Lewis, Anthony McCarlhy, James Loblaw, Allan latum, Frank 

Pollack 
Second row: Gaylloyd Smith, Peter Philhower, James Albright, Richard Alexander, James Williamson, vice president; Cmdr, James Mason, adviser; Edward 

Cleveland, president; Lon Rademacher, Stephen Groves, Loren Sanders, treasurer 
Bottom row: John Brinker, Leonard Arentsen, Thomas Gabbard, Thomas Freeman, Harry Simmons, Norman Smith 



Trident 



Zeta Phi Eta 



Esprit de Corps among junior and senior Navy 
ROTC students is the aim of Trident, the Navy 
honorary society. This group of midshipmen ac- 
complishes its piupose of promoting fellowship 
through fortims, informal discussions and out-of- 
class associations with its Unit facultv members. 



The women of this national professional speech 
arts fraternity encourage various speech enterprises 
on the University campus and aid speech students 
alter they have graduated. The group provides a 
fellowship for a graduate speech student and takes 
an active part in International Fair. 



Top row: Jean Draegert, Bethanyanne Pinnell, Frances Johnson, adviser; Patricia McKinney, Margaret Heino, Elaine Stein, Maxine Boughner, Ma^ Mirto 
Bottom row: Mary Lou Bush, Carol Swanson, Terryl Lash, Sue Bandy, Virginia Hollenbach, Adion Dohme, Joanne Rotter 
Not in panel: Patricia Freehill, Nancy Hurt, Diana Kramp 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



Organi/ations play an increasingly important role in i)oth the present campus 
lite and the luture protessional lite ot the stiicleni. 

The field trips, discussions with professional men, and (lie practical ajjplica- 
tions of knowledge sjjonsored by oigani/ations bring the student up to date on 
recent advancements in his field and aid him in his classes. These groups also 
serve the campus by pro\iding means of cam|)us entertaimnent. Honorary 
organizations provide ready-made goals for the student in the form ol their high 
standards for membership. Indeecl, both the campus as a whole and the student 
as an individual benefit endlessly from organi/ations. 

All of the advantages given the student by organi/ations combine to increase 
his knowledge and practical ability and aid him in professional life after gradu- 
ation. The student will find that employers look for future employees who have 
been members of college organizations for they know that these groups help to 
develop one's personality and sense of responsibility as well as helping to give 
one a greater practical knowledge and understanding of his chosen field. 



Young Democrats 



Selected as the outstanding Yoiuig Democrats clidj in Illinois in 1958, the 
group offers the students an opportunity to take part in practical politics by 
bringing political personalities to the campus and presenting programs concern- 
ing campus issues and politics at all levels. 



Top row: Kenneth Sfickel, treasurer; Earl AAassel, Philip Sargent, James Andrews, Jon Moulton, Arnold Perman, John Peterson, Harold Greenhill, Fred Stark, Edward 
Duffy, Richard Prodehl, Joseph Tucker, Ray Kohen 

Second row; Daniel Kibbie, Louise Weisburg, James DeMunno, Gerald Winnick, publicity secretary; Constantine Pelekoudas, president; Richard Hutchison, sec- 
retary; Recille Chaden, Kenneth Boyle, George Lackey, Anna Wall 

Bottom row: Charles Amundson, Morton Krupnick, Mary Schnobrich, Judith Bayer, Gail Hecht, Margaret Simak, Lois Pelekoudas, Amy Butler, Arnold Naiman 

Nat in panel: Fred Spears, Jerry Hogan, Mayrlin Jacobs, Sheldon Hoffenberg, William Bean, Lee Harvey, Daniel Hoseman, William AlfelcJ, Samuel Bradshaw, 
Charles Brown, Donald Brumlik, Tri Crell, Eugene Shein, William Lax, Merwin Sigale, executive secretary; Robert Snetsinger, William Obriecht, Ralph Beal, 
Lawrence Levy, Martha Naylor, Geraldine Guren, Doyne Wheetley, Donna Wpiss, Roaer Fink, Elizabeth Anderson. Mark Weliek, Jam°s Norvell, Danlee 
Mitchell, Ruth Manaster, Lester Bacon, Louis Blacher, John Hawley, Irwin Frazin, William Clark, Peter Collins, William Cooper, Robert Frank, Albert Moll, 
Joel Swartz, John Feeney 




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Top row: Richard Walters, Floyd Roberts, David Ash, Donald Miller, Robert Coffman 

Second row: Larry Lewis, Don Smith, Max Olson, Donald Youngkin, John Gesell, Finis Schultz, Lyie Martin 

Bottom row: Dr. Ernest Anderson, adviser; John Wilson, treasurer; Ritchie Barnett, secretary; Dale Helms, president; Walter Griffith, reporter; John Woods 



Agricultural Council 



The seventeen members ol Agricultural Council 
serve as the governing and representati\'e body for 
the College of Agriculture. Its purpose is the co- 
ordination of worthwhile activities in this college 
in order that the students may gain as much as pos- 
sible from their years at Illinois. 



Agriculture Economics 
Club 



The Agriculttne Economics Club maintains a 
series of programs for university students designed 
to promote interest and understanding of current 
problems in the field of agricultural economics. An 
informal student-faculty barbecue held every fall 
opens the year's activities of the group. 



Top row: Paul Shuman, Maurice Leman, Kenneth Sauers, John Erisman, Bobby Fry, Lovell Green 
Third row: John Norris, Raymond Moffitt, Ronald Kollman, Robert Greive, Richard Geschwind, Terence Jacobs 
Second row: Stephen Tha, Franklin Boyer, Philip Deal, John Williamson, Lawrence Duewer, t^ax Shobe, James Adams 
Bottom row: Carl Clayton, Joseph S^ejskal, Ritchie Barnett, James Melton 




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Top row: Larry Clark, Norman Virden, Rolland Zachgo, Hamilton Myers, Charles Thompson, Dale Ruckman, Kent Durbin, Donald Hobbs 
Third row: Robert Coots, Donald Smallwood, Laramie Clark, Gene Buhrmester, Paul Heinhorst, Richard Fairgrieves, Wayne Pillen, Lee West 
Second row: Alfred Krebs, adviser; Thomas Wiles, Neal Setchell, Vernon Brazle, Donald Coordes, Allen McCowan, Donald Hoffman, Donald Farr 
Bottom row: Louis Wagner, David Baker, Lawrence Duewer, secretary; David Oakes, treasurer; James Reed, president; Donald Miller, Bert Fringer, Thomas 
Sorrells, vice president 



Ag Education Club 



Alpha Phi Omega 



Devoted to aiding and encouraging students in 
the agricultme education field, members of the 
group strive for greater achievement in college so 
they will better be able to serve in the future. 



College men who are or have been members of 
the Boy Scouts of America make up Alpha Phi 
Omega. Serving students and community and pro- 
^ iding fellowship for its members are its objectives. 



Top row: Richard Craig, Jere Murphy, David Ahlberg, Marvin Lipofsky, Frank September, John Djerf, Don Smith, Richard Snyder, Jerry Williams, Lloyd Alli- 
son, Ernest Chapman, Fred Hubbard, William Jones, Richard Duesterhaus 
Bottom row: William Sch«'ebke, James Schlitz, secretary; Phillip Tigan, president; Andrews Urban, Ken Gunji, treasurer; James Loblaw 
Not in panel: Warren Danzer, Jack Donahue, Hubert Crush, Louis Lanzeratfi, Gerald Lew/y, James Reid, Stanley Rothbardt 




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Top row: Martin Gravit, Robert Krajewski, John Larson, Jon Kimberlin, Charles Armstrong, William Biallas 

Third row: James Leach, adviser; Alvaro Infante, Robert Gaston, Robert Screen, Lloyd Wilson, Ronald Zung, Richard Drane, Jack Albert, Abraham Murra, John 

Antonson 
Second row: Hall Virgil, Thomas Church, Thomas Arzt, Donald Sager, Dan McVicker, Glenn Pagliano, George Chubb, James Morr, Alan Troxel, Charles Phipps, 

adviser 
Bottom row: Gerald Jones, secretary; Richard Bolin, chairman; Joseph Strode, vice chairman 



American Foundrymen's 
Society 

Furthering student interest in the loundry indus- 
try is the purpose ot the 200 members ot the Ameri- 
can Foundrymen's Society. Group activities include 
field trips to visit ioimdries, a program to help stu- 
dent members obtain summer jobs in foundries, 
and a student-industry night in spring. 



American Institute 
Of Architects 

Founded in 1857, this professional organization 
for students in architecture provides a forum for 
student discussion and establishes direct contact be- 
tween students and practicing architects by spon- 
soring lectures by architects who report important 
developments in the field. 



Top row: Richard Swibold, Hiroshi Abe, Eleanor Ober, Jacqueline Jones, Thomas Katsuysma, Norman Ishikawa, Roy Yamachi, Richard Westergren, Bruce Harri- 
son, Anthony Tantillo, Philip Locashio, Algimantas Tamasauskas, Donald Fore, Gerald Grethen, Russell Keune, Charles Kelly, Walter Keller, Ezra Dweck, 
Alvah Breitweiser, treasurer; Nickolas Livingston 

Third row: Wayne Andrews, Harold Fritsorg, Harold Miller, Irvin Schafer, David Lawson, Donald Gronert, Lee Jensen, Ronald Koerner, William Shaw, Jon Von- 
Achen, Conrad Arnolts, Larry Aull, Warren Edminster, Phillip Perry, Roger Gruike 

Second row: Robert Paynter, president; Julian White, Pengcheng Sun, Robert Kolany, John Nekolny, Stephen Murphy, Roger Shanks, Ted Quintas, Mario Lamen- 
dola, Edward Hall, James Clarage, Donald Picken, Ray Weisenburger, Frederick Miles, adviser 

Bottom row: Harold Schatz, Thomas Humes, Richard Radel, Arthur Shaff, Gerald Orr, Tom Book, Donald Johanson, Fred Neilson, Michael Rosen, Arthur Schwartz, 
Bruce Kelly, Allen Jew, Evan Lloyd 




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The combined Student Branch ol the American 
Institute of Electrical Engineers and Institute ol 
Radio Engineers is a subsidiary ol the national pro- 
fessional organization. Its purpose is to acquaint 
students with the functions of a professional society 
so they will be better able to advance in the field 
after graduation. At the monthly meetings, pro- 
fessional engineers are invited to discuss current 
topics. In addition, AIEE-IRE sponsors a technical 
papers competition, inspection trips, a senior fac- 
ulty banquet and takes part in St. Pat's Ball and 
the Engineering Open House. 




OfFicers — Top row; DarreM Gieseking, engineering council representative; 

James Delaney, AIEE corresponding secretary 
Second row; Kenneth Reznicek, engineering council representative; 

William Hartley, secretary; Kermit Heid, chairman; Lewis Horn, 

vice chairman; John Kennedy, treasurer 
Bottom row; Jerome Williams, adviser; Paul Schwarzlose, adviser 
Not in panel: Ralph Kraus, IRE corresponding secretary 



AIEE-IRE 




Top row: Lowell Griffith, David Beckman, George Borg, William Hartley, Frederick Hofmeister, Kermit Herd, Paul Hall, Ralph Kraus, Jerome Williams, adviser 
Second row; Carl Stubenrauch, Toshiro Kunihiro, George Wink, David McClellan, Harry Waller, Paul Schwarzlose, adviser 
Bottom row: Richard Brewer, Lewis Horn, Hernando Lesmes, Nancy Anderson, Harold Smith, John Morse, Kenneth Reznicek 



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Officers: Eugene Chesson, advise*, John Olds, president; Richard D!x, secretary; Ronald Mdss, junior representative; Byron Marks, 
vice president; Alfred Hendron, senior representative, Robert Lockhart, treasurer 



Student chapters ol the American Society ot Civil 
Engineers are estabUshed to help all civil engineer- 
ing students enrich their college coinses by begin- 
ning professional contacts and associations which 
are so valtiable to tlie practicing engineer. Talks 
by professional engineers and discussions ot engi- 
neering problems and projects, often illustrated by 
movies or slides, highlight the programs of the so- 
ciety's monthly meetings. A.S.C.E. is represented on 
the Engineering Coiuicil and its members take an 
active part in Engineering Open House. Social ac- 
tivities of the group include an annual picnic and 
participation in St. Pat's Ball. 



American Society of 
Civil Engineers 



Top row: Eugene Chesson, Byron Marks, John Olds, Robert tockhart, Richard Dix 

Fifth row: Douglas Craig, Michael LoeffI, Riley Lane, Bruce Warloe, John Djerf, Robert Bronson, Roy Allen, Algimantas Slapkauskas, Julius Lintakas, William 

Chastain, David Overaker 
Fourth row: Douglas Schwantes, Phillip Gould, Robert Baum, Robert Lynn, Christian Andreasen, Jerry Masters, Daniel Nystrand, James Povjers, Arnold Seaberg 
Third row: Darrell Dobbs, Barry Dempsey, Richard Jones, Paul Alexander, Alfredo Carrizosa, Roy Buckner, Darrell Lohmeier, John Elliott, David Clement, 

Donald Neibel 
Second row: Clarence Klaus, John Gray, Alfred Hendron, William Beutjer, Joseph Sidor, Alan Bobka, Tin Tun, Gustavo Patino-Duguc, Juan Garcia-Garcia, 

Donald Brewer 
Bottom row: James Gibb, Gerald Hoff, Richard Atkinson, John Sabo, Frank Siz-o, Robert Dietz, Robert Anderson, Frederick Bartelsmeyer, Karl Klepitsch, Dorian 

NiemI 




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Top row; Carolyn Specs, Sandra Sells, Judy Spero, Judy Warren, Jean Sumrall, Mariett McCall, Pat Cole, Ruth Dickens, Bobette Buchanan, Suzanne Martin, 

Darlene Clever, Catherine Gladin, Mary Carter, Maxine Mack 
Fourth row: Audrey Gore, Barbara Gilby, Brenda Gendelman, Bonnie Dallman, Adele Sellers, Joanne Schneider, Judy Reichle, Donna Root, Courtney Read, Sondra 

Sapora, Alice Hoff, Debbie Cummings, Carol Towner, Pat Kortkamp, Sandranne Milleitner, Nedra Phelps 
Third row: John Churchill, Martha Aly, Maryhelen Ryan, John Lindberg, treasurer; Marilyn Alexander, secretary; Prof. Charles Brightbill, Dr. Allen Sapora, Dr. 

Howard Weaver, Elmer Scholer, Margaret Hubbard, Harry Valentine, Stephen Walker 
Second row: Arvid Olson, William DeCarlo, Charles Tapp, Raymond Froelich, Randall Poggioli, Robert Bohl, John Williams, Edgar Barth, Carl Hartmann, Jerry 

McDonald, Donald Clark 
Bottom row: Watson Hovis, Raymar Wakenight, Alvin Tolle, Allen Sigoloff, David Gossard, Marvin Armstrong, Kenneth Ricks, James Allen, Ronald Chase 
Not in panel: Don Wirth, president; Dean Hallerud, vice president 



American Recreation 
Society 

The basic function of the American Recreation 
Society is to stimulate interest among IlHnois high 
school students to encourage more qualified indi- 
viduals to enter the field of recreation management. 
The organization sponsors a traveling display and 
holds monthly meetings for members. 



American Society of 
Agricultural Engineers 

The purpose of this national professional organi- 
zation is to promote both directly and indirectly the 
interests of students in agricultural engineering by 
attempting to foster high professional standards 
and good fellowship among students and faculty 
interested in the profession. 



Top row: Clarence Haugh, Jaime Moreno, Lyie Martin, William Schubert, Rollin Roselle, John Rosendahl, David Massie, Paul Anderson, Robert Martin, Herschel 

Klueter, Ronald Busby, William Kerr, Stephen Wood, Marvin Gerdes, Ea'i Evans 
Third row: Donald Fadden, Ronald Holt, David Ash, Joseph Beckerman, Gary Wells, Eugene Leach, Orville Teske, Richard Provart, Robert McNabb, Earl Reinkens- 

meyer, Larry Bandy, Terrell Henrikson, Loren Bappart, David Schmid, Charles Ricketts, Earnest Crabtree, Jr. 
Second row: Wayne Peterson, Gabriel Monge, Roberto Hernandez, Jose Dow, Carl Moats, Charles Spillman, Roger Mayhew, Wilbur Renken, Kenneth Smith, James 

Hermetet, John Chapman, Henry Auchstetter, John McMunn 
Bottom row: Rollin Strolman, Raghunandan Shrivastava, Delmer Nelson, Jerry Fritschle, Arthur Muehling, adviser; Robert Reints Jr., treasurer; LyIe Funkhouser, 

scribe; Donald Smith, president; Finis Schultz, vice president; Richard Eckert, secretary; John Brennan, Walter Roll, Melvin Smith 
Not in panel: Jerome Bradley, Kent Francis, Ralph Gee, Vernon Gillespie, Marvin Nordwall, Harry Remmers, Joe Rosenstiel Jr., Jerry Weibel, Floyd Herum, asst. 

ad/iser; Jack Butler, asst. adviser; Richard Bennett, Clarence Haugh 




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Top row: Joseph Wiswall, Arlan Martin, Ralph Kannermier, Ronald Nichol, Richard Baker, Dean Peterson, Robert Medrow, James DePauw, Edwin bnow, Ralph 

Folkerts, Bruce Becker, James Albright 
Fourth row: Theodore Abell, Milkon Klayum, Alvaro Infante, Jack Eden, Hemant Sathe, Emery Johnson, Sherril Glover, John Machia, Daniel Lenkaitus, Dale 

Peterson 
Third row: Richard Adams, John Larson, Robert Buser, Lawrence Joiner, Egon Babler, Richard Potter, Harry Rocker, James Mauck, Gary Miner, Ronald Devaisher, 

Charlton Jones, Robert Bell, Burton Olsson 
Second row: Ronald Knapp, Norman Reinbold, Richard Bolin, James Faust, William Biallas, Dean Walling, Emmanuel Guyon 
Bottom row: Robert Storkman, Carl Bodenschatz, Norman McCormick, Jerome Mockenhaupt, Stephen Wutzke, Roger Nichols 



American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

By promoting interest in niedianical engineer- 
ing, providing technical programs to keep mem- 
bers up-dated in their field, accentuating the 
professionalism in this growing field, and by offer- 
ing a student paper contest, the American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers serves its members. 



Business Education Club 



Each fall members are busy with the Central 
Illinois Area Conference of the F. B. L. A. which 
the club sponsors. Through this conference, the 
club can promote greater friendship, cooperation, 
imity and professional growth among students and 
facidtv in business education. 




Top row: MargcTret Mort, Mary Graham, Dons Carlberg, Jenriie Holr-nes, Snrah Robinson, Carolyn Konneker, vice iiresideni, Carol Crosby, Nancy Wood, Martha 

Skiles, Audree Cassens, Cheryl Clark 
Second row: Mildred Hepfer, secretary; Betty Brentner, Elizabeth Lloyd, Jeanne Elder, Melva Gage, treasurer; Elizabeth Oda, Betty Bradshaw, Carol Ekstrom, Joyce 

Johnson, Marcia Crosby, Carol Enrico 
Bottom row: Ronald Stablein, president; Reginald Sims, adviser; James Kunkel, James Smith, Kenneth Gillespie, Salvatore Dispensa 
Not in panel: Barbara Seed, Mary Jenkins, Harriet Albin 



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Top row: William Ebbinghsus, Charles Gruny, Harold Wilson, Lulher McKinney, Thomas Killoren, Robert Lindgren, Helmer Nelson, Allan Reniche, James Sheldon, 

Hein Juergensen, William Getzen, Joel AAcNulty, Norman Racine, Thomas Anderson, Charles Eastman, Michael Campbell, Anthony Pauletto, Carl Lund, 

Theodore Jackson, Robert Jackson, Jerry Skinner, Claib Cook 
Fourth row: Jerald Galowich, Melvin Sorkin, Edward Reicin, Morton Goldsmith, Leonelle Garbs, Fred Robison, William Larrabee, James Humphrey, Paul Clevenger, 

John Tripp, John Hayes, Romayne Wicklund, Jack Waaler, George Howard, James Hurley, Gerald Nakamura, Earle Ryan, Ronald Galowich 
Third row: Robben Fleming, John Cribbet, Paul Proehl, Richard Stephens, Charles Bowman, Kenneth Carlston, Harold Holt, Ronald Jaicomo, class president; 

Wylie Davis, Robert Looper, Eugene Scoles, William Warren, Rubin Cohn, Victor Stone 
Second row: James Hanson, John McNett, Howard Dennenberg, Alfonso Razzano, Regina Firant, Margaret Scranton, Sarah McAllister, Margaret Middleton, 

Rebecca Ayars, Boyd Allen, Kenneth Ritz, Joseph Mathis, Thomas Trager, Donald Dietemann, Carl Wrench 
Bottom row: David Shanks, Philip Ball, Charles Lindley, Eugene Hamilton, Charles Jones, Gary Leonardo, Richard Marblestone, Wesley Lindberg, Glenn Church, 

Frederick Behrends, Thomas Sullivan, Lyie Lipe, James Archer 
Not in panel: Daniel Hoseman, Richard Kirk, Donald Lemersal, Arthur Lerner, Andrew Semmelman, Richard Swanson, Thomas Chilcott, Zelda Derber, John East, 

William Gibson, Jimmie Keehner, Thomas Lynch, Eugene Parker, Byron Powell, Donald Runge, David Smith, Donald Westbrook, James Whitaker 



College of Law, 
Senior Class 

A spring recognition lianquet was held honoring 
those in the Senior Class who excelled in scholar- 
ship. Weekly meetings are attended by members 
robed in caps and gowns. This Senior Class will be 
the first to graduate who began training in the new 
law building. 



Colombian Students' 
Association 

Through parties at the YMCA, an International 
Week, the various Latin American parties, and spe- 
cial social and coffee hours, the Colombian Stu- 
dents' Association is able to promote a bond of fel- 
lowship among students from Colombia who are 
attending the University. 



Top row: Fernando Caballero, Gabriel Barbosa, Augusto Bernal, Alvaro Penuela, Gabriel Monge, Velez Arias, Guillermo Mayorga, Ramiro Gomez, Alfredo Soto, 
Alvaro Barrera, Hernando Duran, Jaramillo Velasquez, Luis Archila, Uladislao Prieto, Segundo Rubiano, Anibal Osorio, Enrique Rodriguez, Alberto Mian 

Third row: Jose Fandino, Manuel Ancizar, Jose Barragan, Juan Barretocaipo, Pedro Salazar, Leonardo Gomez, Alfredo Carrizosa, Enrique Hernandez, Alfredo 
Usubillaga, Jaime Morales, Hernandez Urdaneta, Uldarico Posada, Vincents Noero, Garman Yepes, Hernando Lesmss, Edilberro Otalora, Jaime Gomez, 
Carlos Esmeral, Hernando Medellin 

Second row: Herman de la Cuesta, Dalia de la Cuesta, Lorraine Klein, Harry Klein, Stella de los Rios, Hernan Buitrago, Marian Buitrago, Stephan Buitrago, Jorge 
Marino, Yolanda Marino, Luz Marino, Ed«/ardo Meiia, Elvira Meiia, Gustavo Patino, Luz Patino, Tamara Patino, Alejandro Valencia, Arturo Diaz, Juan Garcia 

Bottom row: Ivan de la Cuesta, Mario Santacruz, McKeow^n Sasson, Kamal Dow, Herman Duque, Donald Gaiter, Abraham Murra, Alvaro Infante, Roberto Hernan- 
dez, Dario Vega, Silvio Baena, Jaime Santamaria, Jaime Moreno, Hernan Yepes, Mario Carrillo 

Not in panel: Carlos Garcia, HebBrro Pachon, Angel Rodriguez, Anne Carrillo, Heraldo Soto, David Saponar, Eric Klein 




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Top row: Robert Mintz, Brian Cloonan, Robert Gangala, Richard Corbett, Stuart Brosloff, Jess Darnell, James Lytle, Roger JefTers, William McVittie 

Second row: Paul Altig, Shirley Livesay, Helen Kleinschmidt, Linda Kannmacher, Cheryl Clark, Rosemary Anderson, Carolyn Konneker, Mary Jenkins, Judy 

Bleiweiss, Kenneth Stickel 
Bottom row: Mildred Hepfer, Donald Soule, adviser; Kenneth Teleen, Richard Barker, treasurer; Audrey Ostrom, vice president; John Lehmann, president; Anne 

Price, secretary; Robert Hill, adviser; James Gardner 
Not in panel: Mac Churchill, Cass Apple 



Commerce Council Cooperative Extension Club 



Commerce students participate in varied activi- 
ties ranging Irom courses in creative thinking to 
competitive athletic programs. The Commerce 
Council publishes a bi-weekly newsletter and spon- 
sors the annual Industry Introduction Day. 



Agriculture and home economics students, through 
membership in the Cooperative Extension Club, be- 
come acquainted with each other and with the organi- 
zation and objectives ot the Illinois Agricultural and 
Home Economics Extension Service. 



Top row: Floyd Roberts, Law/rence Duewer, David Christopherson, Roger Chisholm, Robert Frank, Kenneth Smith, Henry Sechrest 

Second row: Barbara Strunk, Linda Mooberry, Ay\uriel Garvin, Rosalynn Jenkins, Mary Piper, Virginia Wesloski 

Bottom row: Robert CofFman, James Melton, Eleanor Masters, John Gesell, Sylvia Wineland, Kathleen Redington, Joseph Jopek 




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leth Esgar, George Muck, George Rankin, David Sager 

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Second row frof E E Orm iston, Rubi_rt Cicigut, r^uMiit-iii L^yai, \jcvji ye iviu'.r,, _ . 

Bottom row Kevin Lyons, reporter, isAax Olson, Robert Cone, vice president; Paul Maiven, Joseph Helms, president 

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Bottom row Kevin Lyons, reporter, f^ax Olson, Robert Cone, vice president; Paul Maiven, Joseph Helms, president 
Not in panel: James Mimes, John Opelka, Howard Jansen, Richard Wissell, Edward Schlog, Donald Beitz, James Gut: 
Hartley, David Christopherson, James Dumphy, Gene Potter, Franklin Kenyon, Gary Whittaker, Roger Gillesp 



James Gutshall, David Henning, Robert Frey, David 



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Dairy Production Club Dairy Technology Society 



The purpose of Dairy Production Club is to 
unite faculty and students interested in the dairy 
industry's activities. The club sponsors the Uni- 
versity o£ Illinois judging teams at dairy shows and 
a banquet in February honors outstanding fresh- 
man and senior members of the club. 



Interested students are aided by the Dairy Tech- 
nology Society to increase their knowledge of 
activities and problems of the dairy industry in 
order that they may enter the field with a perspec- 
tive worthy of the dairy profession. A dairy judg- 
ing team is sponsored by the society. 



Top row: Dr. Robert Whitney, adviser; Dr. Ernest Herreid, adviser; Dr. Lloyd Witter, adviser; Dr. Harold Wilson, adviser; David McCarty 
Fifth row. David Henning, Wassef Nawar, John Colmey, Horace Graham, Tsung Chou, Kolar Ranachandran, Anthony Earl, Yasuo Azuma 
Fourth row: Anthony Innis, Murfy Rao, Eldon Ponton, Edwin Trummel, Richard Heise, Michael Keenan 
Third row: Lyie Pfeiffer, Robert Humphreys, James Youngren, John Hocking, John Homeier 
Second row: Leon Langhauser, Joseph Merriell, Larry Heck, Richard Kurz, Wayne Larson, Ray Speckman 

Bottom row: John Kibler, president; Joseph Ohren, Edward Lawton, George Muck, secretary; Albert Linden, vice president; Judith Osborn, Dr. Joseph Tobias, 
adviser; Dr. Stewart Tuckey, adviser 




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Top row: Joan Waltzen, Dr. Echo Pepper, Ira Frank, William Donahoo, Dean Trembly, counselor; Wayne Spader, William Wilkin, treasurer; Thomas Williams, 

Judith Wookburn, Robert Arnold, Timothy Nugent, faculty adviser; Ronald Stein, Bruce Karr, William Richard, Daniel Nell is, Joseph Scott i, Ernest 

Thurston, Roger Robinson, Paul Jensen 
Second row: Margaret Csicvara, Norma McGinnis, Lynda Koopman, Gloria Chin, Cynthia Allen, Janet Little, James Seybold, Robert Barrett, Charles Donnel, Leon 

Keller, Jack Spring 
Bottom row: Roberta Edwards, Mary Berger, Shirley Roden, James Boen, president; Phyllis Voy, vice president; David Meiher, member-at-large; Katherine Nie- 

meyer, secretary; Sylvia Dean, Glen Bellows, Linda Ayers 



Delta Sigma Omicron 

Students in this University of Illinois service irater- 
nity are constantly striving to promote various activi- 
ties for disabled students and to attain the goals of 
their motto, "To exercise our abilities to a maximum 
so as to mininii/e our disabilities, that we may live 
most and serve best." 



Delta Sigma Pi 

Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity, admits to 
membership only students enrolled in the college of 
business administration. It is designed to meet the 
needs of future business men, promote better scholar- 
ship, and assist its members in accpiiring positions 
after graduation. 



Top row: Dean Clyde Jones, chapter adviser; Edwin Leverich, Paul Magelli, Salvatore Dispense, Stanley Rothbardt, Ronald Brown, Bernard November, Daniel 

Kintner, Prof. Emerson Cammack, William Wallace, William Lord 
Second row: William Lauer, Philip Brown, treasurer; Samuel Frank, vice president; Henry Housh, president; David Daleiden, vice president; Eugene Costabile, 

secretary; Dean Willock, Wayne Neal 
Bottom row: Prof. Emanuel Salemi, Ronald Racster, Prof. Donald Soule, Prof. Walter McMahon 
Not in panel: Larry Book, Brian Cloonan, Ernest Dynda, Leon Reivitz, Charles D'Ambrosio, Prof. Essel Dillavou, Dean Paul Green, Prof. Charles GrifFin, Warren 

Hall, Prof. Robert Harvey, Prof Irvin Heckmann, Prof. Cecil Moyer, Prof. Clarence Phillips, Prof. Thomas Yancey 




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Top row: John Hubert, Walter Younker, James Bugg, William Flynn, Thomas Melton, Gerald Wilson, Leon Turner, George Hall, Robert Filip, John Rutger, 

Donald Beitz 
Third row: Donald Hobbs, Jim Parochetti, Maurice Leman, John Burrus, Leslie Kohl, Ronald Kollman, Neal Setchell, Roger Higgs, David Winkelmann, Harrison 

Thornley, Miles Hyde 
Second row: Thomas Harper, Robert Edwards, Roger Evans, Robert Greive, Richard Vatthauer, Joseph Stejskal, Jerry Strohm, Larry Moss, Richard Petrowich, 

Mark Zimmerman 
Bottom row: Robert Hughes, Kellie Byerly, Burns Sabey, Ambrose Burger, Richard Snodgrass, Larry Lewis, Roger Gallup, Charles Heathman, Larry Casey, 

William Condon 



Field and Furrow Club 



Students interested in crops, soils and other fields 
of agronomy compose the Field and Furrow club 
which for three of the past four years has received 
the Outstanding Club in the Nation award from 
the American Society of Agronomy. Every year 
Field and Furrow sponsors a crops judging contest, 
an agronomy essay contest, a student-faculty volley- 
ball game, and an exchange tour ;\ith the Purdue 
Agronomy Club in the spring. 



Research in the lob is encouraged by Field and Furrow. 





Officers: Richard Snodgrass, agriculture council repre- 
sentative; Charles Heathman, secretary; Larry Lewis, 
president; Larry Casey, vice president; Roger Gallup, 
treasurer; Burns Sabey, faculty adviser 



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Hoof and Horn Club 



Hoot and Horn Club is an organization tomposed 
of agriculture students who are interested in the live- 
stock and animal science fields. The experience and 
knowledge gained from this organization are valuable 
aids to classroom work. Hoof and Horn activities this 
year were the Little International Horse Show, the an- 
nual Spring Barbecue to honor the club's outstanding 
senior member, and the keys awarded to the outstand- 
ing livestock judges in Animal Science 101 and 103. 
In the spring the club sponsors and participates in the 
Spring Judging Contest, the Meats Contest, the Show- 
manship Contest, and the annual Senior-Faculty soft- 
ball game. 




Officers— Top row: Gary Peterson, reporter; Heston Wesson, 

treasurer; Dale Hedrick, secretary 
Bottom row: Philip Phar, president; Donald Pinney, vice president 
Not in panel: John Wilson, Agriculture Council representative 



Top row: Robert Fay, Gerald Palm, Robert Sipp, Leslie Kohl, William Flynn, Kenneth Sauers, Roger Schnell, John Erisnian, f^ax Olson, Darrell Lane, Robert 

Reiners, Allen Huston, Lawrence Duewer, Gary Van Winkle 
Fourth row: Richard Petrov^/ich, Morris Luck, Robert Cassens, Walter Younker, James Gay, Phil Deal, John Burrus, Kenneth Hunt, Donald Smailwood, Phillip 

Dollahon, Thomas Young, Glen Gullakson, Larry Brov^n, Merrill Dierker 
Third row: Gary Lawson, Robert Brackebusch, Roger Steiger, Charles Bickelhai pt, Marvin Espenscheid, John Huftalin, Robert Humphreys, Richard Vatthauer, 

Scott McWhinney, Robert Martin, John Woods 
Second row: Bert Fringer, James Walsh, Kellie Byerly, Ken Cole, William Gray, Dennis Phar, Lendell Dierker, Robert Greive, Wayne Blunier, James Bell, 

Gary Cooper, Burd9tte Breidenstein, adviser 
Bottom row: Walter Griffilh, Dale Helms, Dale Hedrick, Philip Phar, Donald P:nniy, Gary Peterson, Heston Wesson, Richard Hughes 




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Top row: Ronald Mass, Finis Schultz, Philip Philhower, Norman McCormick, George Simrh Alfred Hendron, Ronald Wiker 
Second row: Alan Nudelman, Kenneth Reznicek, Adrian Crook, Eugene Iqnatov, Richard Nordsieck, Arthur MuehMng, adviser 
Bottom row: John Brennan, president; John Krumwiede, treasurer; John Clancy, corresponding secretary 
Not in panel: Robert Schaefer, vice president; Michael Coleman, recording secretary 



Engineering Council Engineering Open House 



This council, which consists ot a faculty adviser 
and two students from each engineering society on 
the campus, is dedicated to bringing about a closer 
relationship among the various campus engineering 
groups. It promotes the Engineering Open House 
and sponsors St. Pat's Ball. 



The Engineering Open House committee unifies 
the efforts of the engineering departments in order 
to present the annual Engineering Open House. 
This allows high school students and the general 
public to view the Engineering campus and learn 
of the scientific principles taught at the University. 



Top row; Emmanuel Guyon, vice general chairman; Peter Philhower, St. Pat's Ball chairman; Robert Gibson, physical arrangements chairman; James Fortier, 

high school publicity chairman; Philip Weibler, designs and art work chairman 
Bottom row: Philip Tigan, secretary-treasurer; Adrian Crook, general chairman; Donald Passaglia, publicity chairman; John Brennan, coordinator 



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Top row: George Kometani, Ray Fukumoto, Herbert Matsunaga, Charles Iwai, Oi Wun Young, Wayne Kide 

Third row: Harold Tokujo, Roy Kutsunai, Robert Nakamura, Larry Pitner, Delbert Anderson, Warren Suzuki, Norman Ishikawa, Melvin Nakamura, David Shinsato, 

Arthur Hayano 
Second row: Frances Ebisu, Hiroshr Abe, Jean Ehrhard, Prof. Bruce Mainous, Hideo Idehara, Helen Hikido, Takeshi Tsuhako 
Bottom row: Priscilla Berganio, Amy Ishibashi, Joyce Ogura, Nancy Kim, Momoko Iko 
Not in panel: Russell Chan, Frances ige, Kenneth Inada, Hazel Inada, Frank Kambara, Arthur Kafoh, Jeanne Kushino, Zoanne Lum, Warren Matsui, Hiroshi 

Nakano, Albert Naukana, Thomas Sakurada, Calvin Soohoo, Nancy Tsuhako, Reuben Wong, Roy Yamachi, Alice Yamamoto, Amy Yoshino 



Hawaii Club 



Home Economics Club 



Membership in the Ha^vaii Club is open to any- 
one who has an interest in this ishuid ot tlie Pacific. 
The club is dedicated to the tostering ol greater 
fellowship and the encouragement ol the develop- 
ment of cultural understanding of the social cus- 
toms and traditions of the Hawaiian people. 



An organization loiuided to further social rela- 
tions between students and faiidty members and to 
increase knowledge in related fields. Home Eco- 
nomics Club tries to achieve these goals by infor- 
mational talks and demonstrations at the monthly 
meetings and through picnics and projects. 



Top row: Mary Sullivan, Ann Tice, Patricia Helm, Allene Burtis, Alice Shoger, Barbara Hodan, Ferol Parrett, Florence Gegel, Elizabeth Himes, Mary Hoge, June 

Schiemer, Patricia Washer, Marjorie Swanson, Nancy Turner, Bonita Duncan, Judith Heffelfinger, Helen Painter, Diane Carter, Jo Putt, Norma Montavon 
Third row: Rosalyn Jenkins, Sharon Wilcoxen, Delores Gregory, Kay Bradshaw, Joan Branch, Carolyn Peterson, Jane Buland, Sarah McMurtie, Norma Strube, 

Nancy Owens, Joann Spade, Janis Finley, Glenda Landers, Gloria Krashen, Mary Peter, Carol Wood, Bonnie VanBuskirk, Patricia Long, Claudette Pochel, 

Mary Moore, Susan Kahl 
Second row: Jeanne Frederick, Emily Howard, Rosamund Ashwill, Shirley Franklin, Margaret Allen, Carole Grant, Virginia Guthrie, adviser; Joanne Miller, Mary 

Mather, adviser; Joan Rose, Alicia Laible, Coena Blair, Maryian Hubbard, Mary Lou Doyle, Ann Flewellyn 
Bottom row: Jean Eaton, Martha Kielhorn, Janet Rutherford, Joyce Glinz, Mary Blair, Myrna Rea, Nancy DeLaurenti, Mary Watson, Carol Ufkes, Joan Lloyd, 

Yvonne Barta, Fredette Stiernberg, Mary Babler, Delores Reed 




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Top row: Robert Wenzel, Clifford Jensen, service officer; Jon Erickson, Thomas Claridge, Richard Costin, William Proctor, Robert Schneuling, James Keefer 

Second row: Ronald Spitzer, treasurer; Donald Magdziasz, first vice commander; Richard Dahike, commander; James Hawkes, second vice commander; Charles 

Farrell, adiutant 
Bottom row: Ronald Sheedy, Herbert Stein, provost marshall; William Barry, Ernest Brown, Ralph Peterson 



ini Campus Amvets lllini Forensic Association 



Student veterans of World War II or the Ko- 
rean War are eligible for the Campus Amvet Post 
No. 202. The organization was founded on campus 
in 1952 and became affiliated nationally in 1953. 
Through meetings, members are informed about 
public laws affecting student veterans. 



The lllini Forensic Association seeks to provide 
the campus and the local community with more 
knowledge of public affairs. It sponsors the Uni- 
versity of Illinois intercollegiate debate team, pro- 
vides audience debates on campus, and has weekly 
panel discussions on WILL Radio and WILL-TV. 



Top row: James AAolenaar, Robert Carr, Joseph Wenzel, Karl Cavanaugh, Dr. Wayne Brockriede, adviser 

Third row: Fanny Blankenship, Kenneth Burch, George Stratton, John Peterson, Morgan Cole, Richard AAcKinley, Grant Eddy, John Seymour, llmar Waldner 
Second row: Mary Blair, Joan D'Imperio, Patricia Edwards, Ruth Edwards, Janet Dubisky, Barbara Gaul, Kay Hepler, Mary Campbell, Mary Fulton 
Bottom row: Stanley Horn, Robert Brunsman, Ralph Beal, Norman Sobiesk, Alvin Wire, Richard Radell, Martin Farrell 




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Top row: Gregory Belding, Michael Zimmer, Robert Gangala, Norman Krause, Emerson Cammack, adviser; Matthew Vigliocco, Scott York, David Sullivan, Donald 

Weihl, William Barry 
Second row: William leuter. Prof. Robert Mehr, adviser; John Rosko, treasurer; Antoine Arnaudy, president; Prof. Robert Hedges, adviser; William Lauer 
Bottom row: Morrie Much, Daniel Goldberg, William Milligan, Donald Bueche, Henry Housh, Alan Stengler, Edward Lee 
Not in panel: David Boling, secretary 



ini Insurance Society 



This local protes.sional and .social group, organ- 
ized in 1947, has as its principal objective the pres- 
entation oi the practical side ol the insurance field. 
A[eml)ership totals about .H5 students, insurance 
taculty, honorary members, and some associate 
members. 



inois Society of 
General Engineers 

Good lellowship and prolessional interest are ob- 
jectives ot the Illinois Society of General Engineers 
as they strive to acquaint luture planners with the 
intricacies of the working world. Industrial leaders 
highlight meetings with various comprehensive lec- 
tures on contemporary topics. 



Top row: Leonard Waldman, John Funkhouser, Michael Sherman, Robert Gibson 

Third row: Dennis Dulin, John Pike, William Huley, William Dillman, Dale Maibaum, Gerald Lauterbach, Kenneth Burch, Wilbur Knutson, Russell Reuter 

Second row: David Austin, Randal Smith, Douglas Pihl, Roger Bushnick, Roger Stenberg, Francis Salimonas, Richard Keyzer, Robert Johnson 

Bottom row: Jerry Dobrovolny, adviser; Olga Ercegovac, secretary; Jerry Hogan, president; James Gaffney, vice president; James Wolff 




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mini Young Republicans 




Top row: Donald Clark, Roger Groth, Ted Smith, Al Schroeder, Jane Petersen, Marjorie Young 

Seventh row: George Sklenicka, William Spaulding, Medley Tornow, Arthur Fournier, David Snowden, Norman Bezane, Keith McCioskey, Edwin Snow, 

Judith Bass, Robert Scott, Ronald Fritsch 
Sixth row: Roy Geyer, Norman Andersen, David Buell, Rose McGuire, Fredrick McGuire, Elizabeth Garrett, George Hegeduis, Horst Seyferth, Alice Miller, 

Sherlene Miller 
Fifth row: J. C. Rogers, William Bier, Frank Miles, David Ahlberg, Robert Reuss, Robert Smith, John Means 

Fourth row: Nels Nelson, Martha Oehmke, Fred Michela, Joann Cleary, Barbara Druhan, Douglas Porter, Donald Huizinga, Thomas Ewald 
Third row: John Lehmann, Philip Myers, Jerry Thompson, Kenneth Traum, Garland Borne, Brian Carey 
Second row: Alice Shoger, Sara Wold, Mary Brodd, Barbara Pollack, Janaan Olson, John Ames 
Bottom row; Jerry Dobrovolny, Nelson Gremmels, Raymond Schroeder, Lawrence Lincoln, Andrew Urban, Ruth Olson, Cora Grabill 



Officers — Top row: Roger Sugg, treasurer; Al Schroeder, vice president; 
Jerry Dobrovolny, faculty adviser; Roger Groth, publication chair- 
man 

Bottom row: Donald Clark, membership chairman; Marjorie Young, 
publicity chairman; Janet Petersen, secretary; Ted Smith, president 




Stimulation oi political thought and develop- 
ment ol liitme party leaders are tenets ol the plat- 
form on which the Illini Voiuig Republican Club 
is based. Political interests ol the organization are 
keyed to local as well as to national and interna- 
tional aHairs. Membership is extended to all stu- 
dents and they ;ne invited to participate in a variety 
ol lively lunc tions. 



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Illini Marketing Club 



Not only is the Illini Marketing CJliib the largest ol 
the professional organizations in the College ol Ck)ni- 
nierce on this campus, it is also the largest college 
chapter of the American Marketing Association. 1 he 
members, almost all marketing majors, are seeking 
through this organization to become better acquainted 
with their laculty and with the entire marketing field. 
The first jjurpose o! thi^ club is to keep its members 
well informed about cmrent happenings in the world 
of business. .\n outstanding feature of each monthly 
meeting is the presentation of a speaker who is prom- 
inent in sfjme ]:)hase of marketing. These guests dis- 
cuss pertinent topics and present tlieir views on sub- 
jects related to the group's interests. This year's 
highlight was a two-day field trip to St. Louis. There 
they visited several large manufacturing and mer- 
chandising concerns. 




Officers: Audrey Ostrom, treasurer; John Lehmann, president; 
Judith Bleiweiss, secretary; Martin Chasen, vice president; 
Milbert Deener, special events chairman; Robert Lewis, 
vice president 



Top row: Mr. Schaefer, adviser; Prof. Harvey Huegy, Prof. Richard Hill, Donald Ayers, Arthur Morgan, Martin Owens, Gerard Nugent, Richard Dubberke, 

Ronald Wacker, Nancy Grant, James Gustafson 
Seventh row: William Lax, Clyde Smith, Dan Angelus, Leonard Messineo, Roy Watkins, Tsutomu Tokunaga, Warren Creviston, Tom Vierk, George Balasky, 

Robert Matthews, Arnold Delveaux 
Sixth row: Tom Ferguson, John Locke, Ron Wiker, John McClory, Roger Bielefeld, Alan Frazelle, Robert Cook, Peter Weiss, Neil Wiley, Paul Querns, Robert 

GroemI ing 
Fifth row: Boyce McWard, Bruce Jewell, Richard Barker, Larry Taylor, Edward McGrath, Charles Abercrombie, Terry Putman, Raymond Hubbs, Charles 

Miller, Ross Smith, Ronald Bolda 
Fourth row: Richard Costin, Thomas Gallagher, James Kelly, James Keefer, Keith Ryan, Robert Smolensk!, Ardeth Clawson, Nancy Wilt, Shirley Livesay, 

Robert Carlson, James Kunkel 
Third row: Wilvio Argentin, Juel Lee, Fred Wham, Richard Mueller, Joseph MacDonald, James Smith, Robert Brotherton, Brooke Kelley, Elizabeth Oda, Richard 

Vance, Don Grahat 
Second row: James Dodge, John Mount, Walter Guyer, Joel Segall, Maurice Roth, William Rotz, Ellen Andres, Beverly Schmaedick, Morley Johnson, George 

Miller, John Evans 
Bottom row: David Biba, Frank B:ba, Richard Lee, Kenneth Helmich, Charles Brown, John Lehmann, Audrey Ostrom, Milbert Deene'', Robert Lewis, Bernard 

Thiel, David Slurhahn 



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Top row: Theresan Healy, Suzanne Course, Adrienne Century, Judith Zitzler, Judith Roberts, Patricia Harper, Georgia Lurie, Dolores Johnson 

Third row: Deanne Cortright, Susan Packard, Martha Wollenweber, Gail Emiund, Barbara Lindh, Janet Lanfz, Susan Shackter, Rosalie Moss, Coralie Hirsch, Nancy 

Zalkind 
Second row: Gladys Zirbel, Helen Rash, Janet Tansley, Meredith Magenheimer, Ruth Halligan, Karen Schloemer, Tania Stringer, Elizabeth Ainsworth, Sherry Lund, 

Linda Kahn 
Bottom row: Linda Bezdek, vice president; Claire Kaplan, president; Nadine Everett, recording secretary; Barbara Boozer, treasurer; Helen Hikido, corresponding 

secretary; Nedra Phelps, adviser 



i-Sota 



The highlight ol the year tor this occupational 
therapy group is a trip to the University of Illinois 
hospital in Cihicago. The club sponsors Career Day, 
Dads Day and Mothers Day exhibits, and learns 
aboiu occupational therapy by discussions, trips to 
local hospitals, and service projects. 



Institute of 
Aeronautical Sciences 

The purposes ol this national professional organ- 
ization are to provide knowledge of the theory and 
practice of aeronautical sciences for students inter- 
ested in the field, to proxide fellowship for mem- 
bers, and to act as a medium between students, fac- 
ulty and professional men. 



Top row; Paul Payne, Thomas Knies, Earl Dowell, Richard Nordsieck, Marvin Kempf, Kurt Koehler, Thomas Boren, William Eichholz, Robert Patrick, Charles Miller, 

Kenneth Easley, Donald Mushott, Henry Timmer, Gary Grody, James Clausen, Richard Davis, Harry Ekstrand, Harry Sauerwein, Robert Farquhar, William 

Hammond, Don Weiry, Raymond Adier 
Third row: William Casey, Tom Dziubala, Charles Strom, OIlie Ragan, Richard Hill, William Baker, Sherman Arnold, Robert Andris, Theodore Beck, William Kruse, 

Phillip Geheber, Ronald Schmitz, Alvin Buggele, Henry Stillwell 
Second row: Richard White, Richard Blomgren, Ronald Johnson, Kenneth Baud, Ronald Urban, Leon Knowles, Warren Fulkerson, Saunders McCord, Claude Johnson, 

Edwin Gooze, Roger Johnston, Bill Boyd, Carlos Buitrago 
Not in panel: Prof. Harry Hilton, adviser 




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Top row: Nancy Friedl, John Corliss, Ronald WincheM, Ina Starr 

Second row: Jenna Vaught, Carol Hay, Ruth Hoogerwerf, Linda Bond 

Bottom row: Carol Robison, Diane Thompson, Carol Green, Merrill Hahn, Elsie Robison 

Not in panel: Margaret Heino, Nancy Boldt, Judith Belt, Jean Draegert, Ann Sognefest, Evan Buck, George Swift, Catherine Miller, Pat Freehill, Joseph Scott 



Mask and Bauble 



Thespian artistry and theatrical ingenuity are 
united by members ol Mask and Bauble as they co- 
ordinate their activities imder the auspices of Uni- 
versity Theatre. Acting and working on stage crews 
stimulates greater appreciation of theatrical rigors 
for members of this honorary society. 



Mineral Industries 
Society 

Faculty and students in the Mining and Metal- 
liu'gical Engineering and Petroleiun Geology cur- 
ricidums enjoy monthly meetings featiuing semi- 
technical lectures related to their field. These 
meetings promote better imderstanding and fellow- 
ship among its memliers and future members. 



Top row: Kenneth Kamber, Dr. David Lieberman, Tom Follensbee, Bill Brzegowy, Daniel Isacson, Necdet Sunay, Ivars Freimanis, Kent Brown, Donald Hise, Fred 

Smith, George Morris, Ray Anderson, Arthur Forsyth, Thomas Read 
Third row: Allan Eckel, Darryl Albright, Robert Stusrud, Arthur Schmidt, Gabriel Forero, Alfred Bonfiglio, Daniel Stoltz, Ronald Sprague, George Roman, Vonne 

Linse, Floyd Wright, Rudom Wuerker, George Eadie, adviser 
Second row: Walter Bruckner, Robert Biller, Dean Rogeness, Frederick Mueller, Miguel Garza, Carl Weiss, George Grunew/ald, Thomas Brown, James Slifer, William 

Harley, Charles Clark, Ahmad Hariri 
Bottom row: Dean Baseley, Marshall Meyer, Gene Wineland, Thomas Stoudt, Floyd Dollerhide, Kenneth Wood, Richard Lotter, James Yancik 




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Top rov/: Joseph Scotf, Miry Arbenz, John Swanson, Webster Smalley, Clara Behringer, Charles Shattuck 

Second row: William Summsri, Barbara Burrnan, Genevieve Richardson, adviser; Maurine Caddy, Elizabeth Hiller, Normrin Myers, James Morgan 

Bottom row: Jesse Summers, Margaret Heino, Palricia Freehlll, president; William Kirchhoff 

Not in panel: George Sv^ift, secretary-treasurer 



National Collegiate 
Players 

Alpha chapter of National Collegiate Players, 
established in 1922 heads the list of 52 such organi- 
zations at present. This is a dramatic fraternity 
standing as a college unit for the betterment of the 
theatre in America by recognizing the best creative 
efforts in coffege dramatics. 



Women's Physical Ed. 
Majors Club 

Provisions for proiessional guidance and experi- 
ence ior women enrolled in physical education, 
dance, health education, and recreation are made 
available by the Chib. Two of the annual activi 
ties are a Homecoming coffee hour for ahimnae 
and a Play Day for high school seniors. 



Top row: Doris Sherer, Sandra Zalev^ski, Karen Weindorf, Nancy Weaver, Judith Franzen, Virginia Seiler, Ann Whiteley, Carolyn Tlllema, Jeraldine Young, Ruth 
Weihl, Sue AAIttendorf, Joel Willis, Carole OIlie, Valerie Vogel, Arlene Dothum 

Third row: Sheila Emmerman, Barbara Evers, Joiene Lansen, Dorothy Dommermuth, Jean Ikeda, Karen Anderson, Gloria Wibiral, Phyllis Plotrowski, Sarah Wrobke, 
Lenore Kagan, Margery Hamilton, Mina Maish, Katherine Jackson, Alberta Zelinski, AAarlena Baldridge 

Second row: Nancy Parker, Ruth Joiner, Jean Bower, Sara Bockwinkel, Nancy Hurry, Marjorie Souder, Janet Lindner, Betty Oakvi^ood, Mary Ryan, Linda Sorrells, 
Mary Williams 

Bottom row: Bonita Snyders, Shirley Lewis, Zelinda Bennett, Virginia Howard, Janet Greenberg, Joyce Wold, Ann Brown, Linda Hibbott, Bonita Bowron, Kathleen 
Toohey, Martha Huxtable, Joy Walsh 

Not in panel: Carlotta Bielfeldt, Marsha Kain, Linda Renkes, Judith Bayer, Patricia Albee, Barbara Bradburn, Simone Drake, Marlene Moll, Peggy Meredith, Sarah 
Gipson, Patricia Dunn, Nancy Swikle, Joanne Inness, Lois Nestle, Marilyn Rank, Patricia Burnstein, Rosemary Grace, Caroline Christensen, Mary Kenney, 
Barbara Kruse, Marjorie Schlapp, Marie Orwig, Donna Bell, Betty Kastran, Joanne Morasco, Eleanor Storm, Barbara Conant, Jewel Haug, Barbara Fleeger, 
Judith Krubl, Maureen Charles, Denise Hile, Judith Craft, Carol Fredrickso i, Joanne Nem?c. Jean Schumaker. Hild^gard Schroeder, Ruth Dechant, Tsrry 
Cohn, Ruth Haddler, Enid Levinson, Carolyn Fleming, Kathryn Deneen, Ada Ross, Barbara Patterson, Sharon Williams, Kay Kirk, Louise Volkstorf, Barbara 
Peters, Katherine Hameder 




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Top row: Clark Butts, Andrew Toth, Peter Lendrum, Orlando Cabanaban, Brian Whittenkeller, John Ripley, Frank Raymond, Jerry Reich 

Third row: Prof. Driver Lindsay, Brian Larson, vice president; Robert Drews, William Cook, William Shaw, Thomas McCoy, Wayne Ottoson, Ernst Philippson, Prof. 

O. Fieide, David Dobberman, Robert Litvan, Robert Kennedy, Max Schmidt, Robert Amico, Prof. Gabriel Guerekian, David Bash, Larry Adams, Henry Bahr, 

secretary 
Second row: Prof. Phillip Lewis, Anthony Tantillo, historian; Lawrence Williams, Fred AAoyer, Kenneth Wagner, treasurer; Theodore AAularz, president 
Bottom row: Donald Evanson, Neil Frankel, Larry Ray, Prof. Frederick Miles 



Scarab Fraternity 



"Sketch Hike," an annual spring picnic-type out- 
ing with wives and dates, highlights the school year 
lor members ol this protessional architectural fra- 
ternity. "Karnak Temple" was the name given to 
the original Iraternity upon its tounding in 1909 
at the Universitv of Illinois. 



Five fraternity men are well dressed for Champaign-Urbana 
weather in their Stunt Show act. 



Kay McLey, Carole Stackhouse, and Alexis Michale, members 
of the Chi Omega trio, perform one of their numbers. 




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Top row: Evelyn Rupprecht, Carolyn Brash, Barbara Westbrook, Patricia Burnstein, Joan Ernst, Roberta Gnmes, Lindley Crouch, Arlene Cullen, Roberta Coburn, 

Carol Winters, Nomi Burnstock 
Third row: Peggy Apperson, Penny Peterson, Joan Anderson, Janice Keren, Judith Buehler, Suzanne Course, Sandra Marlin, Barbara Auble, Eleanor Storm, Margie 

Stephens, M-ra Rodwan 
Second row: AAomoko Iko, Grace Papendick, Nancy Wilder, Toby Wiley, Frances Bamburg, Willis Ward, Joanna Zubaty, Judith Krubl, Laura Quinn, Miriam Donath, 

Eugene Anderson 
Bottom row: Judith Ricen, Phyllis Fox, Bonnie Auble, Carol Flamm, Janice Dunlap, Caryl Campbell, Elynor Keyser, Hedda Stark, Sue Manley 
Not in panel: Robert Bohl, Doris Ornstein, Ivon Scheier, Harry Fara, Richard Szwiec 



Orchesis 



Officers — Top row: Toby Wiley, Joanna Zubaty, Judith Krubl, Willis 

Ward, adviser 
Bottom row: Laura Quinn, Francis Bamburg, Miriam Donath 
Not in panel: Barbara Fleeger 




Men and women with membership in this or- 
ganization are offered an opportunity to ex- 
press themselves by means of creative dance 
study, composition and perlormance, and, also, 
they have an opportunity to stimulate an appre- 
ciation and an understanding of the art of clance 
in the community. By participating in the var- 
ious planned functions, members can fmther 
foster their own standards of performance. First, 
however, members must obtain membership 
through tryouts and by showing an intense in 
terest in the art of dance. 

In conjunction with the Cionteniporary Arts 
Festival, Orchesis, each year, sponsors at least 
one concert, the proceeds of ^\•hich go into a 
scholarship fund used to send one or more of its 
members to study dance during the summer 
months. Participants in this spring concert pre- 
sent their own creative work. 

The name "Orchesis" is taken irom the (ircck 
\vord meaning movement. From this same word, 
was derived what is kn()\\n lo us as modern 
dance, an exciting oiulet lor creatixc im|)u!.sc. 
This form of expression is l)ascd upon the nat- 
ural ni()\ements oi the human i)(Kly and upon 
ilic universal (onlroUing laciors of time, space, 
and energy. 



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India Students 
Association 



The India Students' Association is a social or- 
ganization with the general pmpose of developing 
contacts among the Indian students at the Univer- 
sity. It fosters intellectual, cultural and social pro- 
grams designed to promote international under- 
standing. In [inie, 1958, the association sponsored 
the Fourth Convention of Indian Students of the 
Midwestern United States. More than 350 delegates 
attended the convention. Mr. Harishwar Dayal, 
Charge d'Aftaires, Embassy of India, was the guest 
of honor. The Association also arranged a recep- 
tion on August 2 for the South-East Asian Students 
who were then visiting the campus in connection 
with the Farm Youth Exchange Program. The or- 
ganization celebrated India's Independence Day on 
\ugust 15, and presented the Festival of Lights 
program in the fall. 




Left to right: Chalam Metta, president; David Dodds 
Henry, President of University of Illinois; Harishwar 
Dayal, Charge d' Affaires, Embassy of India and guest of 
honor; L. R. Sethe, cultural attache, Embassy of India. 



Top row: Manyam Srinath, Onkar Srivastava, Sunkara Rao, Sushil Gupta, Rajinder Singh, Dev Raheia, Paramesw Aran, Suresh Chandra, Satish Jha, O. P. S. Singar, 

Ramesh Saxena, Zile Singh, Laxmikant Joshi, Chatorai, Jai Krishna, Moti M^olani, G. S. Lavania, Laxman Singh, Ariun Aggarwal 
Third row: Rama Krishna U. Rao, Dhirajlal Desai, Joseph Xavier, Venkata C. Chalapati, Darshanlal Wasan, Yeshwant Nene, Bhalchandra Karlekar, Rammohan Rao, 

Gopai Chdudhury, Manesh Shrikant, Nani Chakraverty, Dwarika Singh, G. V. Desai, H. N. Ghosh, B. B. Chatterjee, M. D. Misra, Ranjit Dhar, Yedatore Rao, 

Shanti Khanna, Devendra Gupta 
Second row: J. Jaganhadhan, Bhubanananda Ray, Murty Rao, Saroja Metta, Prabhavati Krishnaniurty, Rama Krishnamurtv, Lakshmi Krishnamurty, G. G. Krishna- 

murty, vice president; Venkata C. Metta, presidant; Robert Schuiteman, Dsan of Foreign Students; Promila Gupta, secretary; Krishna Mehra, treasurer; 

Chatorai, Munipalli Sarma, social chairman; Anand R. Kelkar, Asok Kar 
Bottom row: Jagan Krishnamurty, Amika K. De, Janeshwar Upadhyay, Ved Dewan, C. R. Gangopadhyay, Debajyoti Aichbhaumik, Eharat Bhatia, Dayal Motiramani, 

Pravinchandra KaDakia, Dhananjay Patel, Amita Bharfinst Bhattacharyya, Debyendu Ghosh 




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Top row: Charlotte Honn, Cheryl Fuerst, Phyllis Barker, Judith Kannmacher, Shirley Stimpert, Donna Neely, Sally Osborne 

Second row: Marjorie Dodd, Mary Mass, Mary Gabbert, Mary Arndt, Mada Beauchamp, Barbara Lapington, Marcia Crosby, Karen Strack, 

president; Linda Kannmacher, secretary 
Bottom row: Ralph Mason, club sponsor; Jack Marcacci, treasurer 
Not in panel; Barbara Duncan, Anita Elder, Carol Enrico, Barbara Hardy, Joan Hottes, Janet Schleper, Suzanne Schuettner, Martha Skiles 



'ice president; Ann Price, 



Secretarial Club 



The Secretarial Club strives to aid its members 
by providing on-the-job training in twenty-hour 
work weeks coordinated with reduced academic 
loads. A business teacher education or secretarial 
training major may qualify tor the program that 
offers an opportunity to earn while learning. 



Society for Advancement 
Of Management 

A tour ot an Illinois industrial plant and guest 
speakers from Midwestern businesses are two ways 
the Society for Advancement of Management stim- 
ulates student interest in management. Membership 
in University of Illinois chapter is open to all inter- 
ested students of sophomore standing. 



Top row: Ronald Ulm, Robert Denomy, Gerald Gersey, William McDermott, Robert Boscher, Lester Barnes, Ronald Day, Frederick Pratt, Thomas MacNeish, Joseph 
Klotnia, Glen Goodwin, Arthur Bretscher, Fred Anderson, Joseph Epkins, Jerry Stout, Charles Leung 

Third row: Edward Lee, Roger Jeffers, Thomas Hagerty, Gerald Hudson, Harry Sachrison, Henry Weistart, Thomas Liston, Virgil Reed, Howard Jenne, Clarence 
Jackson, James Phillips, Matthew Pedote, Charles Thomas, Elmer May, Lawrence Baggerly, Jan Jongbloet 

Second row: Marvin Newport, Leslie Shaffer, adviser; Tee Biermacher, treasurer; Juel Lee, vice president; Shirley Livesay, Rosemary Anderson, Ronald Bolda, sec- 
retary; Charles Hagener, president; Charles Philblad, vice president; Ronald Wiker, Prof. Merten Mandeville, adviser 

Bottom row: Franklin Gurney, Albert Ashurst, Richard Ehrman, Leslie Hoffman, Gerald Brodsky, Ronald Groemling, John Phillips, Ranse KesI, Jack Snader 

Not in panel: Richard Adams 




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Top row: Charles Lewis, Leonard Pelerson, Bobby Scheller, Dennis DeLaura, George AAilier, Duane Harwick, Joseph Wiswali, Philip Bowen 
Second row: Adrian Crook, Paul Payne, Richard Maxwell, Silas Strode, John Freeberg 
Bottom row: Donald Bailey, Arlan Martin, Norman Reinbold, Robert Screen, Hemant Sathe 



Society of Automotive Engineers 



The Society ot Automotive Engineers strives to 
acquaint students in this field with the professional 
aspects ol automotive design, development, and re- 
search. Members compete in presentation of tech- 
nical papers. Outside speakers are regularly invited 
to present new ideas in meetings. 



Representatives to 

important issues 


the Model United Nations seriously ponder 
concerning world peace. 




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A typical lllini organization man takes time out from his busy 
activity schedule. 




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Top row: Ruth Cunningham, MarcelLi Weiinmacher, Betty Kastran, Judith Orndorff, Georgia Lurie, Jean Simmons, Lois Nestle, Judith Craft, Mary Williams 
Second row; Joyce Johnson, Ann Lindemann, Sue Mittendorf, Mary Knight, Patricia Albee, Lesley Simmonds, Diana Chiles, Patricia Hutchings, Harriet Greenberg 
Bottom row: Nancy Weaver, Judith Franzen, Jean Bower, Mary Ryan, Barbara Peters, Carolyn Fleming, Margery Hamilton, Kay Kirk, Nancy Parker, Jeraidine Young 



Women's Sports Association 



Planning the intricate strategy of girls' basketball is an important part of the 
W.S.A. intramural program. 





This lllini coed is being expertly coached on thp fi 
points of the proper grip on a tennis racquet. 



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W. S. A. Activities 



Field hockey, basketljall, volleyball, leiicing, goll, 
sohball, tennis, tumbling, apparatus, badminton, 
and ice skating are among the activities offered 
by the Women's Sports Association. The organiza- 
tion aims to provide recreation and to promote 
leadership through sports programs. All graduate 
and undergraduate women are eligible to par- 
ticipate in the varied events. In addition to a 
regular intramural program, W.S.A. sponsors Spcjrts 
Days with other ccjlleges and universities. In the 
spring, trophies are awarded to winners ol each ot 
the basketball, volleyball, and bowling tourna- 
ments at an Awards and Installation Dessert. To 
encourage membership, W.S.A. awards a trophy to 
the house that has the highest percentage ol par- 
ticipation. 




It's not as easy as it looks to gain poise on the balance beam. This W.S.A. 
member makes it look like an interesting diversion. 



e doing homework for P.E.W. 123, or if you're just relaxing, 
all is challenging as well as fun. 




Members of W.S.A. are aided in gaining skills in many team sports. Here, 
during a time-out girls get pointers on volleyball. 




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Top row; Robert Zimmer, Charles Leung, Thaddeus Batina, Peter Bulkeley, Sidney Sachs, James Ghighi, Louis Wagner, Alan Nudelman, Harold Payne, Jon Dickson 
Third row: Phillip Osterman, Thomas Hoogervorst, Roger Heath, Arthur Carson, John Corliss, Theophilus Bieniasz, Ernest Wilier, John Lakatos, Thomas Rossing, 

Peter Hogberg, Allen Gerstein, William Proctor 
Second row; David Miller, Lyie King, John Knodle, William Zukley, James Sharp, Eugene Mikolajczyk, William Bardens, Frank Wittry 
Bottom row: Robert Fitzgerald, John Nelson, Silva Osorio, Barbara Kozub, Leo Pigage, Dario Vega, Joseph Strode 
Not in panel: Terry Renfer, George Scopel, Albert Adifinger, Thomas Arzt, Richard AAcElhiney, Stuart Mann, Joseph Plamondon, George Schrader, Louis Antonelli, 

Robert Barackman, Richard Bergholz, Sully Banansinga, David Fischer, Joh i Lershem, Robert Tate, Arthur Stellmach, Robert Else, Raymond Zelle, Bernard 

Richards, William Yung, Ronald Dixon, David Daw, Donald Trull, Richard Drane, George Harper 



Student Industrial 
Engineering Society 



This group provides opportunities ior industrial 
engineering students to become acquainted with 
each other and to learn more al^out their profes- 
sion. It sponsors an intramural bowling team and 
holds an annual spring goll tournament and an an- 
nual dinner which features a speaker. 



U. of I. Floriculture 
Club 



In seeking to make the imiversity community 
aware ot the pleasmc and prestige of flowers in 
daily life, this organization sponsors the campus ob- 
servance of National Flower Week and assists in a 
short course which the University offers each fall 
for Horists of the state of Illinois. 



Top row: Herley Thompson, James Sandeno, Charles Oberle, James Hayward, Roy Jenkinson 
Second row: Lawrence Moore, Charles Seibold, John Hayter, Joseph Kellen, Richard Owen 
Bottom row: Gail Fosler, Elizabeth Hubbard, Carol Roller, John Culbert 




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Religious Organizations 



With students' lieads bowed in prayer at a mid-week vesper service, with the 
hiughter and chatter ol the Sunday evening supper gatherings, with the friendly 
smiles and warm welcomes ol the loundation open houses — with all these we 
see the value and [unctions ol religious organizations on our campus. These 
groups, Catholic, Protestant, or [ewish, have as a common goal the greater em- 
phasis oi religi(jn as an essential part ol a student's liie. Devoting time and effort 
to this end, one aspect oi the work ol these students is to provide valuable service 
for the campus and community in their several assistance and charitable projects. 
On these pages are pictured the members ol these groups — tellow Illini who 
strive for a development in college years that includes not only the strenuous 
academic and the rollicking social aspects, but also the changeless comfort and 
guidance of their campus church. 



Baptist Student Foundation 



This organization seeks to fill the spiritual needs of 
sttidents, faculty, and staff. Through fellowship in 
worship, sttidy, evangelism, and missionary outreach, 
it nurtures a Christian faith relevant to each indi- 
vidual, to our university community, and to the world. 



Top row: James Reiter, Kenneth Kreitner, Richard Stumm, Ronald Schmidt, Charles Liang, Richard Jacobs, Robert Taylor, Robert John 

Fourth row: Harold Harris, Homer Dyal, AAaran Ding Wa, Ralph Love, William Fedderson, James Elliott, David Hoover, Robert Fry, James Carl, Mou Shu Chao, 

Richard Reichelt, David Berry, Adolphus Dabney, Kendall Cole, Donald Nelson, Carl Schuetze, William Magnuson 
Third row; Raymond Duew/er, Wayne Lundberg, Robert Hansen, Frederick Bunning, Jeanne Bleuer, Marilyn Hawkins, Evelyn Reeder, Margaret Hyink, Diana Chiles, 

Carol Wysup, Carol Barrett, Dorothy Wood, Amelia Boozer, Mary Connor, Judith McClane, Danielle Burton, Sandra McCaslin, Sandra Spitzer, Janice Schuetz, 

Yu-Lan Chang, Jerry Hogan, Riley Walters, John Hall, Dennis Graden 
Second row: Cordell Reed, Dell Rogers, Bobbie Murphy, Sylvia Jackson, Judith Roudez, Mary Corliss, Erb Blakney, Bennie Young, Mildred Stanley, Ruby Minton, 

Martha Johnson, Mary Sue Wedegaertner, Jean Phillips, Anita Boughan 
Bottom row: Manfred Rorig, Donald Lindholm, John Moore, Daniel Miner, Harold Hoyer, Richard Corliss, John Rogers, Simmie Blakney, Philip Young, Angela 

Young, Albert Stanley, Arthur Adams, Stanley Scholl, David Offner, Donald Wedegaertner, Robert Phillips, Charles Hall, Peter Knight, Haydn Ambrose, 

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Top row: Ronald Heidke, treasurer; Dale Primrose, Richard Lanyon, chairman 

Fourth row: Gerald Fowler, Nancy Darling, Patricia Jordan, Raymond Kotrba, Judith Osborn, Kim Richmond 

Third row: Roger Bouchles, George Price, AAarjorie Schmidt, Ross Latham, AAarian Dahl, Clarice Welge 

Second row: Toby Wiley, Sue Nelson, recording secretary; Miles Nelson, Faith Pajl, corresponding secretary; Richard Hoff 

Bottom row: Thomas Donat, William Radecke, Sally Grimes, Gene Conway 



Christian Science Organization 



By sponsoring lectures and weekly services, by 
promoting participation in associated religious 
groups, and by maintaining a study room for Chris- 
tian Science literature, this organization represents 
the activities oi students and faculty who are in- 
terested in Christian Science. 



Candles glow and voices rise in a special vesper service held at 
McKinley Presbyterian Foundation. 



Rabbi Rudavsky, during a typical Sabbath morning service, re- 
moves the Torah from the Ark to bs read to the congregation. 





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Top row: George Teramoto, Lowell Hedges, Max Sinkler, Norman Virden, Gale Hill, Harold AAurphy, Archie Hooser, Buan Smith 
Bottom row: Judith Gabel, Mary Gabbert, Deloris Maulding, Barbara Hooser, Carolyn Tullis, Neil Magee, director 



Baptist Student Union Canterbury Association 



Students ol this Southern Baptist organization 
are given an opportunity to participate in evan- 
gelistic, devotional, missionary, and social activi- 
ties with the Baptist Student Union. As a volun- 
tary affiliate of a state and national organization, 
it is led by student and adult directors. 



Activities ol this Episcopal Student group cen- 
ter around the Sunday evening Supper Club. Meet- 
ings begin with devotions, which are lollowed by 
supper and a program. Programs this year featiued 
talks by faculty members and missionaries and, 
during Lent, discussions of a religious book. 



Top row: Robert Miller, Jon von Achen, Richard Betker, David Frederick, Fielder Dowding 

Third row/: Robert Scott, Bradley Honholt, Clyde Freeman, Jeanne Frederick, Jillian Beardwood, Meryll AAoyle, Frederick Kent, Anthony Wu 

Second row: Louis Gaiennie, Carol Frank, Virginia Lindquist, Arwin Lindquist, treasurer; Robert Riggs, president; Nancy Schreiber, secretary; Peter Arvedson, vice 

president 
Bottom row: Rev, F, S Ar-i-lvjii "."' ' r i : (• . I . < . 'mith, Alice Gaar, /Wary Willis, Thomas Broughton, Robert Arroyo, Barbara Mathews, John Berton 




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Top row: Rev. Lyie Sellards, Susan Stover, Marcia Cook, Dale Traxler, Bonnie VanBuskirk, fcdwin Irummel, Robert Heavner, Robert Kline 

Third row: Phillip Trummel, Loretta Ottwell, Bruce Warden, Virginia Harrell, John Hocking, Marilynn Brown, Jesse Smart, John Ehler III, Jon Regnier, Marie 

Eigenrauch, David Hartley 
Second row: Robert Bell, Maureen Lovi^e, Artemus Pulford, Sandra Schwab, Robert Robinson, Judith St. Clair, George Patterson, Jane Kinser, Vernon Brazle 
Bottom row: Henry Ives, Judith Baldwin, George Gathman, Sharon Reese, Robert Hartley, Kayetta Sinks, James Fry 



Disciples Student Fellowship 



Gamma Delta 



A Disciple student group existed here as early as 
1883, before the 191(i beginning ol the Foundation 
which joined the National Disciples Student Fellow- 
ship in 1940. Current activities include Sunday Sem- 
inar, Candletip Supper Club, study groups, and vari- 
ous social activities for students. 



Gamma Delta, the international association of stu- 
dents of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, fosters 
a program of (Christian knowledge and service. For 
Upsilon chapter this includes Sunday evening fellow- 
ship meetings, mid-week vespers, discussions, and rec- 
reational and service projects. 



Top row: William Messner, Robert Marks, Robert Perry, David Byrnes, Charles Scheck, Bruce Becker, Ralph Folkerts, Roger Vossler, Peter Duskey, John Heid- 
breder, William Bier, Arthur Twietmeyer, John Sfeben, Richard Maede 

Second row: Wolfram Kollacks, Robert Biller, Janice Mailand, Dolores Karmeier, Una Gremmels, Barbara Oettel, Caria Sommerfeld, Audrey Mead, Norma 
Strube, Deloris Gregory, Dora Gilmore, Bethany Hoge, Carole Fris, Marilyn Fris, tloyd Karmeier, Earl Reinkensmeyer 

Bottom row: Joseph Doninger, Charles Poneleit, Fred Clin, Donald Wenz, treasurer; Thomas Hecht, vice president; Dale Smith, president; Paulette Kling, sec- 
retary; Arlin Doering, Fred Bahr, Mary Farley, Kay Oltmanns 

Not in panel: Pastor Eugene Klug, Martha Wollenweber, Audrey Gronert, Robert Herschbach, James Wooldridge, Kenneth Harms, Ronald Eksfrom, Gladys 
Zirbel, John Neumann, June Panknen, Lamar Fesser, James Prell, George Knuth 




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Top row: Edward Lewis, Erwin Epstein, Morris Levine, Errol Imber, Stuart Ma"h, Arnold Cap'ai. Marshall Kessler 
Second row: Gary Friedman, Lorna Klorfine, Ronald Robbins, Sabra Goidfine, Rabbi Benjamin Rudavsky, Joan Burdick 
Bottom row: Phyllis Winkler, Enid Levinson, Maxine Kessie, Claudia Goldman 
Not in panel: Lynne Alderman, Sheila Robinson, Edith Rybell, Cyna Shapiro 



Hillel Foundation lllini Christian Fellowship 



Among this year's events sponsored by Hillel 
Foundation were the appearances of Martha 
Shlamme and Theodore Bikel. Hillel also pre- 
sented Dads and Mothers Day teas, an art contest 
and exhibition, a Channukah party, a Piuim carni- 
val, and a varietl athletic program lor its members. 



This group at the University of Illinois is dedi- 
cated to presenting the claims of Jesus Christ and 
of man's relationship to Him. The 100 members of 
lllini (Christian Fellowship have joined upon agree- 
ment with their Article of Faith and a promise to 
follow their three basic aims. 



Top row: William Jacobus, Lesta Elliott, Elizabeth Childs, Dorothy Stark, Roger Gulick, Lenard Meyer, Joseph Corbett, John HatI, president; Ben Tokunaga, 
Edward Morris, Edmund Mason, vice president; Marjorie Bengtson, Cornelia Carnes, Wilma Hollenback, secretary; John Williams 

Second row: Patricia Schultz, Bonnie Malcor, Charlene Sprankel, Jim White, Terry Monison, David Handscomb, Robert Cheathman, Buan Smith, Paul Bolliger, 
Caryl Thorn, John Harris, Mary Bohi, John Kreiser, D. H. Offner, sponsor; Sandra McArthur, Daniel Nystrand, Roland Hanson 

Bottom row: Alma Aoyagi, Martha Wohlschlegel, Margie Keele, Suzanne Brooks, Judy Anderson, Linda Bezdek, Carene Erw^in, treasurer; Barbara Wilford, 
Patricia Dunn, Helen Maurer, Linnea Swanson, Virginia Ford, June Kurz, Jean Nys'rand, Diana Chiles, Phyllis Younger 




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Top row: John Muerle, Phillip Smith, LeRoy Diem, Kerry Newman, Dale Mordue, Guillermo AAayorganestler, Karl Speckmann, Charles Sprowl, Bill Gray, Richard 

Haines, John Clark, Don Killpatrick, Sidney Frisch, Jack Manley, Ronald Napier 
Third row: Ruth Wills, Barbara Collins, Roger Gauen, George Sher, Delbert Disselhorst, Stephen Brown, Richard Mason, Joseph Laske, Stephen Norton, Douglas 

Porter, James Hohm, David Mackay, Robert Scarr, LeRoy Hasselbring, Gerald Langkammerer, Chester Elias, Dan Godeke, Nelson Roberts 
Second row: Glenda Eshleman, Naomi Fucik, Diane Malmberg, Deanna Davis, Merrill Hahn, librarian; Margaret Moots, president; Lester VanTress, director; Susan 

Ball, secretary; Oliver Richards, vice president; Helen Rash, Marianne Ivey, Judith Hine, Mary Tener, Sue Buchheit 
Bottom row: Jeanne Frederick, Emily Howaid, Ruth Cortright, Barbara Barnes, Alice Shoger, Eleda Dettore, Amy Thomas, Margaret Cleary, Mona Hohm, Marilyn 

Higgs, Nancy McKinney, Audree O'Connell, Darlene Herrick, Doris Pogue 



McKinley Foundation 
Choir 



McKinley Foundation 
Student Council 



The weekly Sunday evening Supper Club, 
where students may eat and hear speakers discuss 
current religious topics is the main social event 
of this Presbyterian program. Seeking to teach 
others of the Christian faith, the group sponsors 
study groups, retreats, and vesper services. 

Top row: Melinda Bresee, Nancy Williams, Jean Prachar, Kay Asay, Mark Templeton, Rev. Stuart McLean, Jack Patterson, James Ruyle, James Bugg, Donald 

Andrews, Douglas Lapp, Marian Schneider, Judith Taylor 
Second row: Edward Parrish, Verna Godman, Neil Grant, Barbara Bailey, Kenneth Bowers, Katherine Hurt, Roger Chisholm 
Bottom row: Lauris Goff, Jeanine Elliott, Carol McQuilkin, Marylou Bush, Sally Smith, Juanita Neal, Judith Reynolds, Donna Lindstrand 
Not in panel: Dr. James Hine, Neal Ball, William Carlock, John Clark, John Forsyth, Henry Hardy 




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Lutheran Student 
Foundation 



The program ot the Lutheran Student Founda- 
tion provides ojjportunity lor study, worship, serv- 
ice, counsehng, tellowship, and recreation, thereby 
enriching the moral and spiritual values ot its mem- 
bers. The fotmdation is the agent of the National 
Lutheran Clouncil at the University. 



Seabury Foundation 



Named in honor ot the late Ruth Isabel Seabury, 
Seabury Foiuidation serves as a student center ol 
the United Church ot Christ. The toimdation's 
program includes weekly Sunday supper clubs, 
study groups, service projects, work days, an annual 
banquet, and retreats. 



Top row: Rev. John Fitzgerald, director; Douglas Pihl, Diana Lannbert, Phil Jones, David Henning, corresponding secretary; Jane Buland, Ralf Mueller, Pat Wascher 
Second row; Sandra Curtis, Jim Chambliss, Ginny Seller, Pat Montgomery, president; John Culver, Barbara Hamm, Mary Smith, treasurer 
Bottom row: Dale Traxler, Pat Edwards, Diana Carter, Mary Haferkamp, Mary Ellen Cowan, Bill Mauck 

Nof in panel: Sandra Ayers, recording secretary; Michael Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard West, John Billingsly, Ken Spangler, Phyllis Keene, Don Huizinga, Bill 
Wheetley, Nancy Owens, Maynard Suhre 




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Newmsn Club offers its members spiritual inspiration and a deeper understanding of life as they partake of its many activities. 



Newman Foundation 



The heart ol the Cathohc liturgical and sacramen- 
tal hie on campus, Newman Foundation provides a 
variety ol spiritual, social and educational programs. 
Contributing to the intellectual life ot its members, 
it otters a series ot accredited religion courses. An im- 
portant affiliate ol the Foundation is the Newman 
Club. United with 500 other such groups on campuses 
across the nation, this organization sponsors discus- 
sion groups, lectines, and the Christocentric Arts 
Festival. 



Officers— Top row: James Cooper, treasurer; Rev. Edward 
Duncan, S.T.D., chaplain; Ronald Dim, president 

Bottom row: Blanche Benisek, vice president; Cyrelda Tarter, 
corresponding secretary; Sally Cleary, historian; Rosemary 
Schuster, recording secretary 



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ward O'Rourke, Rev. James Martin 
Bottom row: Rev. Edward Duncan, S.T.D., director 



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Top row; Donald Sommerfeld, Richard Lovekamp, Roger Pyatt, Charles Scheck, George Tagge, Dale Smith 
Bottom row: Mrs. Ove Uggerby, Rev. Eugene Klug, pastor; Henry Essig, Audrey Gronert, Martha Wollenweber 
Not in panel: Robert Hagemeyer, Robert Herschbach^ DelorJs Gregory, Virgil Rosendale, Thomas Hecht 



University Lutheran 
Chapel Council 

Seeking to meet the spiritual needs of campus 
life, this group gives students opportunities for cor- 
porate prayer, song, study of the Scriptures, and 
sponsors credit courses in religion. The student 
center provides a fine library and recreational fa- 
cilities for students to enjoy. 



Wesley Foundation 
Student Council 



The Wesley Foundation, an agency of the Meth- 
odist Church, fosters religious education and social 
development for students. Councilmen, chosen by 
the members of Wesley Foiuidation, direct the vari- 
ous activities of the group. Students are provided 
with religious contexts by the program. 



Top row: Una Allen, Ruth Cunninghann, Virginia Weible, Ma^'ian Baker, Carol Joos, Charles Wolven, Barbara Birks, Jane Anderson, Barbara Barnstable 

Second row: Judson Parker, treasurer; Sarah Hofsas, vice president; Rev. Newell Davis, associate director; Mrs. Wendell St. John, program associate; Gene 

Hollingsworth, president; Elizabeth McHose, secretary 
Bottom row; Don Hopkins, James Melton, Charles Lewis, Roger Higgs, David Lamb, John Basye 
Not in panel: Joseph Miller 




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Top row: Roger Nichols, Reginald Bean, Robert Ed, Maurice Weaver, Scoti Wall^er 
Bottom row: Thomas Gabbard, Navy; David Cade, Air Force; Lavi/rence Williams, Army 



Armed Forces Council 



Thomas Gabbard, Navy; Larry Williams, Army; David 
Cade, Air Force; at parade rest in Veteran's Day cere- 
monies honoring yesterday's heroes. 



This council serves as a coorilinator of the three 
ROTC units. The councihnen include the Army 
Commander and his Executive Officer, the Navy 
Midshipman Commander and his Executive Officer, 
and the Air Force Cadet Commander and his Ex- 
ecutive Officer. In addition to the above members, 
each unit of the Armed Forces provides a junior to 
serve on the Council and the l^OTC unit in charge 
for the current year provides a commissioned officer 
to act as adviser. 

The establishment ol the officers' reserve training 
corps at the University ol Illinois was incorporateil 
in the Morrill Land Grant Act of 1862. Upon its 
founding, the Army ROTC was established as the 
first division. 

One may obtain a commission in either the Army, 
Navy or Air Force through the Reser\e Officers 
Training Corps unit at the University of Illinois. 

.Students on campus are familiar with many of 
the activities in which the RO'l C units combine 
their efforts to prescni lo ihe campus events such 
as the Military Ball, Camid Hop, Veteran's Day 
Ceremony, and the Honors Day Formation. 




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Cadet Col. Roger Nichols 



Col. Paul Steinbeck, commandant 



Katherine Parker, sponsor 



Army Council 



The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps came 
into existence the same year the Lhiiversity was 
toiincled»and has constantly grown in strength and 
popularity throughout the years. At the present 
time, seven branches ot the Army are represented 
in the Cadet Brigade. These branches are: Infantry, 
Artillery. Corjis of Kngineers, Signal Corps, Quar- 
termaster Corj)s, and Ordinance Corps. The gov- 
erning body of the Corps of Cadets is the Army 



Council composed of senior cadet officers from 
each of the seven branches. The group acts as a 
sounding board lor ROTC affairs and as a liaison 
between the Commandant and the cadets. Upon 
successful completion of four years in the ROTC 
program and graduation from the University, 
cadets receive commissions as Second Lieutenants 
in the Army of the United States and are called to 
active diUy in the branch of their choice. 



Top row: Cadet Lt. Col. Joseph Miller, Cadet Lt. Col. Roger Nichols, Cadet Lt. CdI. Douglas Stutz, Cadet Capt. Robert Ed 
[bottom row: Maj. Edmund Pickett, Cadet Lt. Col. James James, president; Cadst Mjj. Edgar Madsen, secretary; Capt. Jack Burns 




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Winners of Fori Riley Camp Comnuinders Trophy — Top row: James Wadlington, Lonial Lovellette, Daniel Leinbach, Antone Kemnetz, William Miner, Charles Bills, 

Owen Ackerman, Donald Henderson, Arthur Carlson, Martin Chasen 
Bottom row: Marvin Myers, John McCord, Paul Thompson, James James, Col. Paul Steinback, Richard Ekin, Ronald Shipka 



Cadets enjoy a coffee hour given in honor of those 
women acting as sponsors for the various AROTC 
drill teams. 




Army On Review 



Rifle Team — Top row: Capt. Roberr Brown, Wayne Stephens, Leslie Dean, George 
Roman, Howard Bluestone, Richard lllyes, Alva Hall, Sgt. E. F. Flanders, coach 
Second row: Stephen Wilk, Eugene Sagerman, team captain; Leonard TIapa 
Bottom row: John Grzybowski, Frederick Dresback, Kenneth Smith 



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worked, slept, and ate like the enlisted man. 



Summer Camp— 1958 




We learned by doing; hand to hand combat was hard to 
learn, but we had to learn in order to be prepared for war. 



We pitched our shelter-halves on bivouac. Aggressor ac- 
tivity at night kept us on our toes. 



With a 30 pound pack and a 10 pound rifle on our backs, 
we marched on a supposedly five mile night march. 



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Cadets pass in review before detachment and cadet officers. 
Cadet shown saluting is cadet Major Carl Bauman. 



Tom Walker and Robert Newth are recipients of the Dis- 
tinguished Military Student Award for outstanding achieve- 
ment. 



Air Force 




JOYCE WILLIAMS, Sponsor 



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AFROTC Detachment No. 190 Cadet Wing StafF — Top row: Raymond Grammerer, Edward DeLong, Scott Walker, Charles Finch, Barbara Wilford, Richard Bauer 
Bottom row: Roger Tinney, Thomas Walker, David Cade, Saunder McCord, Larry Hooker 



Flying is the kcynole of the Air Force ROTC pro- 
gram where cadets man aircraft in flights ranging 
from base visits to cross country flights. 

New emphasis was put upon flying when it was 
found that our Air Force was top-heavy witli non- 
flying, non-trained officers. Revamping of its pro- 
gram for future officers was begini. 

First two years of the foiu- year training program 
are devoted to basic studies wliich survey the role of 
air power in the national defense. Advanced train- 
ing begins with the jimior year. 



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Force T-28 training plane at Hondo Air Force Base, Texas. 



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Air Force in Action 




AFROTC cadet about to take off on a weekly flight from Chanute. 



Richard Buesinger explains principles of ejection seat. 




Control tower complexities intrigue serious minded AFROTC cadets. 

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Navy Council — Top row: Ronald Coplan, Charles Vrhel, Edward Cleveland, Melvin Brent 

Second row: Charles Orr, John Conant, William Lewis, Jerry Weibel, Charles Seibold, Gregory Jordan, Richard Costa, Lon Rademacher 

Bottom row: Anthony McCarthy, Jerry Williamson, Thomas Gabbard, Stephen Groves, Richard Schaeffer 



Navy 



The young men ot America are well prepared 
to assume those responsible positions of commis- 
sioned officers in the United States Navy and the 
United States Marine Corps because of their train- 
ing in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps 
program. 

The University of Illinois is one of the 53 col- 
leges and universities selected from within the 
United States to administer this officer training. 
The Illinois Unit is comprised of approximately 
three-hundred carefully selected young men who 
are preparing for future service in the Navy and 
Marine Corps. 

During their four years of school, midshipmen 
study both naval science and tactics. During the 
summers, the midshipmen participate in interest- 
ing world-wide training cruises to augment their 
formal training with a practical background. 

Upon graduation, midshipmen receive commis- 
sions as-Ensigns in the Navy or Second Lieutenants 
in the Marine Corps and are given immediate as 
signments to active duty. 

The principal governing body of the NROTC; 
is Navy Coimcil which governs and coordinates the 
activities ot the entire NROTC unit under the di 
rection of the Protessor of Naval Science. 




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Rifle Team — Top row: Charles Hartman, David Bouque, Theodore Kirkby, Jerry Weibel, Julius Zschau, Kennedy Rhea, David Fisher 

Bottam row: James Adell, Robert Kunzmann, Harry Hyndman, Raymond Kollock, Dennis Chamberlin, Philip Trast, Bobby Hartleroad, Sgf. Frank Young 



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Top row: James Albright, Edward Bailey, Ronald Coplan, George Edgell, John Sandford, William Harlman, Jerry Dycus, Peter Philhower, Rona'd Lisick, John 

Brinker, James Williamson 
Second row: Edward Cleveland, Jeremiah Fruin, Milton Otto, Richard Hoff, Frank Pollack, Carol Walker, sponsor; Thomas Gabbard, Lon Radsmacker, Raymond 

Zeiier, Philip Nelson, Charles Seibold, David Bloxsom, Richard Schaeffer 
Bottom row: Norman Smith, Loren Sanders, Leonard Arentsen, Thomas Chandler, William Fedor, Mark Fulmer, Jamas Gardner 



Navy Senior Class 



Yardarm Staff 



Top row: Walter Hopkins, Donald Bonacorsi, Donald Summerville, David Bloxsom 
Bottom row: Donald Doherty, James Williamson, editor; John Conant 




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Alpha Chi Omega 



904 South Liiuolii 
87 Active Clia])tei"s 






Officers: Judith Belt, recording secretary; Sandra Giannoni, second vice 
president; Nancy Evans, president; Edith Boyd, corresponding sec- 
retary; Peggy Ingalls, first vice president; Judith Smith, treasurer 



Alplia Chi Omega was host to faculty members 
at a tea held before Christmas. Each girl invited 
tliree of her instructors to attend. Another Christ- 
mas event was the annual Ck)coa Trail. All the 
Alpha Chi's boarded a hired bus which took them 
carolling to various residences on campus. 

Following the winter formal, the Alpha Chi's 
held a Sunday evening dinner. An open house 
followed, and the girls gave their dates the Christ- 
mas stockings which they had made and filled with 
gifts for them. A new social function at Alpha Chi 
this year was the Red Carnation Ball, a dinner- 
dance held early in the spring semester. 

The national philantiiropic project of all Alpha 
Chi Omega chapters was to make self-help toys for 
children afflicted with cerebral palsy. 












Top row: bu/rinnc- Roche, Anrv forreil, Palricin f'oucjiiion, Patricia Allen, Alice Fisher, Patricia Wise, Jean Wedburg, Anida Miller, Mary Aller, Janet Meadors, 

M-irgaret Belsley, Nancy Dinnella, Elissa Weaver, Susan Hartnett 
Third row: Katherine O'Brien, Janet Reeves, Sharon Williams, Norma Optholt, Lucia Andrle, Joyce Williams, Susan Basedow, Helen Dangerfield, Jane Pugh, Helen 

Culkin, Nancy Martin, Ann Ferry, Jean Brummer, Mary Inwood, Rosemary Just, Nancy Pierce, Sonja Alexander, Kathryn Manning, Nancy Grant 
Second row: Sara Stufflebeam, Patricia Gallagher, Judith Smith, Delores Darby, Carolyn Meadors, Margaret Heino, Peggy Ingalls, Mrs. Daley, Nancy Evans, Sandra 

Giannoni, Sandra Underwood, Nancy Swain, Edith Boyd, Judith Belt, Barbara Walker 
Bottom row: Mary Manning, Charlotte Scoville, Katherine Mueller, Sharon Sweeney, Cheryl Potter, Louise Darby, Suzanne Martin, Sandra Schwab, Sandra Thor- 

lon, Carolyn Curtis, Anita Getman, Diane Waterman, Winifred Mofield, Mary Houser, Sharilyn Hinds, Judith St. Clair 
Not in panel: Sara Collison, Ardith Lamps 



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Officers: Diane Croll, treasurer; Gail Dent, corresponding secretary; Carol 
Schmitt, house manager; Betty Wold, recording secretary; Eleanor 
Inness, vice president; Georgia Ford, president 



Last Tail the Alpha Deha Pi's introduced their 
new pledge class to the campus at their annual 
pledge dance. Since the dance was based on a Pi- 
rate theme, the couples dressed to represent various 
swashbuckling characters. 

In the spring the new initiates presented the 
spring dance at the house. Decorations included 
murals which covered the walls and quantities ol 
flowers. 

The pledge ot the year was awarded a recogni- 
tion pin at the time ot her initiation. The ADPi's 
also had a bancpiet to honor their members who 
had attained a scholastic average ol 4.0 or above. As 
in the past, a prominent campus figure came to this 
l)anquet and gave a speech. 

As their aimual philanthropic project, the Alpha 
Delta Pi's sent money to the National Society ior 
Crippled Children. 



Alpha Delta Pi 



1202 West Nevada 
96 Active Chapters 






Top row: Rose McMullen, Genevie > •• ,>..,...,,.. 'vicFeeters, Janet Tansley, Sybil Burcjin, Nancy Klindera, )udy Elliott, AA.nii.ii ]._■ ■..■s, Ruth Britt, Jean Hash- 

barger, Carol Singer, Maryanne Cornman, Bette GrifTith 
Third row: Patricia Gorman, Margaret Dempsey, Mary Tews, Ann Lindemann, Rhoda Baker, Sarah Turner, Barbara Keough, Anne Mahler, Arlene Panek, Helen 

Wittenborn, Sheryl Clayton, Nancy Funkhouser, Judy Ent, Linda Lingle, Charmaine Hess, Barbara Bornhoeft 
Second row: Karen Domke, Nancy Kott, Pauline Gambill, Patricia Clover, iCarol Schmitt, Georgia Ford, Mrs, Hart, Eleanor Inness, Diane Croll, Betty Wold, Carol 

Lang, Carol Ekstrom, Marilyn Scanzoni, Gail Dent 
Bottom row: Elizabeth Harryman, Judy Tibbetts, Marianne Burke, Marianne Burgbacher, Mary Forestner, Janice Edmundson, Virginia Pagels, Barbara Grogan, Judi 

Freimuth, Sharon Garman, Margaret Berwanger, Patricia Bowman, Diana Clark 
Not in panel: Joyce Peters 



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Top row: Sharon Greenberg, Mildred AAorris, Marcia Harris, Caryn Berns, Myrna Rudman, Myrna Deutsch, Barbara Oettinger, Barbara Rashbaum, Morissa Krako, 

Maureen Zevitz, Barbara Gordon, Geraldine Sharpe 
Third row: Georgeann Horwitz, Bari Gold, Harlene Schneider, Gloria Edelman, Reva Shmikier, Joanne Rotter, Nancy Nirdlinger, Carole Taradash, Marcia Rubin, 

Sheila Kaplan, Margaret Herzog 
Second row: Susan Pollack, Barbara Golden, Saundra Grossman, Judy Schimmel, Myrna Brand, Mrs. Mann, Nancy Zaikind, Linda Goldstein, Barbara Cohn, 

Roberta Rosenstein 
Bottom row: Myrna Eiserman, Rosanne Rabin, Marcia Kahn, Emily Lapkin, Alice Freedman, Dorothy Loebl, Judy Spector, Bette Garber, Judy Fegenhols, Vivien 

Durbin 



Alpha Epsilon Phi 



904 South Third 
42 Active Chapters 



Alpha Kpsilon Phi held a Scavenger Hunt Dance 
last tall to o|)en their social season. Alter being 
divided into ten groups, the couples scoured the 
campus in search ot various articles. When they 
had completed their list, they all returned to the 
house for a big party. The winning team received 
prizes. 

An annual Open House was held early in the 
fall semester to introduce the AEPhi pledges to 
the campus. The traditional Senior Breakfast was 
given by the junior class. At this affair, the juniors 
revealed funny little incidents concerning the 
seniors that had occvnred during each senior's 
college days. 

As their major philanthropic work, the mem- 
bers of AEPhi supported a Korean orphan. They 
wrote to him once a week and sent him food and 
clothing. 





Officers — Top row: Nancy Zaikiiid, vice president; Judy Schimnie!, sec- 
retory; Myrna Brand, president 

Bottom row: Barbara Golden, rush chairman; Linda Goldstein, treasurer; 
Barbara Cohn, scholarship chairman 



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Top row: Marilyn Pulley, Barbara Yonan, Lois Geary, Susan Owens, Carol Sheba, Genevieve Gentes, Audrey Gronert, Carol Haller, Karen Arentsen, Jane 

Anderson, Edwina Garner, Susan Lustfleld 
Third row: Joan Anderson, Jean Chumbley, Marilyn Murray, Joan Gutow/sky, Aurelia McCormick, Judith Krubl, Linda Bennett, Norma Foster, Joy Straka, Judith 

Rochells, Arleen Schoen, Margaret Sloas, Donna Gleason 
Second row: Margaret Reese, Joyce Ericksen, Betty Brentner, Susan Moldal, Nancy Stepan, Judith Orr, Mary Leonard, Mrs. Bruns, Jane Allison, LaVerne Young, 

Patricia Mullowney, Mary CofFman, Susan Prillamen, Peggy Wax, Judith McWard 
Bottom row: Judith Fisher, Penelope Groves, Diane Charter, Elizabeth Frank, Barbara Westbrook, Nancy Moore, Susan Hitz, Elizabeth Hendrick, Linda Creamer, 

Katherine Munson, Penny Peterson, Deanna Davis, Claudia Thomas 
Not in panel: Paula Beriet, Donna Lindstrand 



Alpha Gamma Delta 



1 106 South Lincoln 
70 Active Chapters 



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Officers: LaVerne Young, second vice president; Mary Coffman, house 
president; Mary Leonard, president; Jane Allison, first vice presi- 
dent; Nancy Stepan, social chairman; Susan Moldal, treasurer 



Scholarship aw^ards given by Alpha Gamma Del 
ta's alumnae chapter were: $25 to anyone having 
a 5.0 average, $5 to the person having the highest 
average in each class, and |5 to all pledges having 
an average of 4.0 or above. The winners of the Ac- 
tivity, Outstanding Senior, and Outstanding Pledge 
Awards had their names engraved on house plaques. 

The main event of the Alpha Gam's social year 
was the Syracuse Triad, given jointly with Gamma 
Phi Beta and .Alpha Phi to commemorate the found- 
ing of all three sororities at Syracuse University. 
This annual formal was held at the Moose Club. 

As a community service, the Alpha Gams baby- 
sat during the year with cerebral palsied children. 
They also held a Clhristmas party for these children 
with the members of Phi Sigma Kappa. 




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Top row: Josephine Kunde, Joan Dilalush, Carolyn Franks, Janice Wright, Deborah Cummings, Carolyn Wilson, Carolyn Babcock, Phyllis Povi/ell, Julie Stusrud, 

Mary Huck, Judith Ochwat, Janice Blaze, Joyce Hites, Jewel GenanT, Mary Caughron 
Third row: Kaye Wendell, Carol Peterson, Carol Green, Joyce Johnson, Linda Bond, Marsha Hanscom, Carol Peterson, Constance Brand, Nancy Turner, Karen 

Yag, Flora Sick, Polly Benefield, Joann Franck, June Fritsch 
Second row: Irene Anderson, Carole Colvin, Katherine Kendeigh, Karen Wsn Doren, Joanne Glaeser, Mrs. Opie, Frances Fishel, Lee Carnahan, Phyllis Floyd, Janet 

Reissen, Audree Cassens 
Bottom row: Nancy DeLaurenti, April Marn, Vicki Aasbrein, Bonita Duncan, Patricia Gleasner, Sandra Grafe, Audrey Shaw, JoAnna Kacmar, Joy Walsh, Daryl 

Pifer 
Not in Panel: Shirley Houmes, Kathy Forbes, Margaret Sisk 



Alpha Omicron Pi 

706 South Mathews 
G5 Active Chapters 

Al|>ha Oniinon Pi l)egaii tlie \ear h\ hokling tlicir 
second annual philanihropic auction. Items siidi as 
clotliing anil food were auctioned off. All contribu- 
tions Ironi the sale were sent to the Frontier Nursing 
Service in Kentucky to provide a medical program 
for remote rural areas. 

Christmas was a busy time for all the AOPi's. 
Among their activities was the annual Christmas 
party with Delta Gamma which sent the girls out 
caroling and then back to AOPi for refreshments. The 
gills als') gave a party lor their waiters and kitdicn 
help. 

To encourage high si holarship, a traveling bracelet 
was given each week to the pledge who received the 
highest grades. At the end of eadi semester, twenty- 
five dollar bonds were awarded to each girl in the 
house who received a 5.0. 






OfTicers— Top row 

dent; Phyllis 
Bottom row: Lind 
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i.il ctiairnian; Janet Reissen, rush chairman; 




Officers — Top row: Elizabeth Parkhurst, rush chairman; Christine Kurth, 

treasurer; Judith Higgins, scholarship chairman 
Bottom row: Julia Jenkins, pledge chairman; Elaine Danley, president; 

Susan Knight, social chairman 



The Syracuse Triad and the Christmas tea 
dance highHghtetl the ,\lpha Phi social calendar. 
The Triad, held with Alpha (ianima Delta and 
Ciamnia Phi Beta, (ommemorated the loiniding ol 
these sororities at Syracuse University. 

The dads took over one floor ol the Phi house 
on Dads Day. An exchange ol serenades and a 
hida hoop contest took them back to days gone by. 
The annual Scholarship Banquet was held to 
recogni/e girls with outstanding scholarship. The 
girls witli the highest averages and those with the 
most improvement received crested charms. 

Each Alpha Phi chapter has a yearly project to 
aid child victims ol heart diseases. The Cardiac 
Aid Foundation allocated Iiuids ior blue baby 
surgery, lor convalescent care cjf rheimiatic lever 
])atients, and lor fellowships in the field of cardiac 
research. 



Alpha Phi 

508 East Armory 
68 Active Chapters 






Top row: Patricia Bishop, Lynn Temple, Marilynn Hcckey, Barbara Citti, Doris Pogue, Nancy Heselbarth, Nancy Voorhies, Patricia Anderson, Marilyn Markus, 

Sharon Tietz, Iris Clark, Judith Schroeder 
Third row: Frances Wells, Jessie Harmeyer, Ellen Brockway, Karen Kent, jeann Kelly, Gail Hoy, Jane Cowling, Alex Crane, Nancy Cohernour, Merle Anderson, 

Gloria Boyland, Barbara Miller, Gayle Leabhard, Carol Willman, Valerie Downes 
Second row: Judith Higgins, Julia Jenkins, Janet Lindner, Elizabeth Parkhurst, Linda Lawless, Mrs. Harlin, Elaine Danley, Susan Knight, Jessica Potter, Joyce 

Lebowitz, Christine Kurth 
Bottom row: Susan McLauglin, June Magliochetti, Valerie Vogel, Janet Haning, Rosemary Anderson, Linda Hibbott, Ann Jones, Merle Gray, Deanna Jacobson, 

Celeste Benkendorf, Barbara Calloway, Marian Vreeland 
Not in panel: Jane Schmidt, Jean Ratcliffe 



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Alpha Xi Delta 



715 West Michigan 
72 Active Chapters 





Officers — Top row: Ann Sognefest, vice president; Jean Draegert, presi- 
dent; Sara Balbach, rush chairman 

Bottom row; Peggy Merideth, social chairman; Mary McDonald, recording 
secretary; Carole Williams, pledge trainer 



Three distinctive dances, the pledge dance, the 
(ihristmas dance, and the traditional Rose Formal, 
highlighted the Alpha Xi Delta's social schedule. 
Their pledge dance differed from the typical ones 
because it was semi-formal and was given by the 
actives to honor the pledges. The pledges, in turn, 
presented the informal Christmas dance for the 
actives. 

Climaxing the Rose Formal was the presentation 
of the Pledge-of-the-Year .Award. It was given to 
the pledge who had won most often the circulating 
bracelet for the outstanding pledge of the week. 

Two philanthropic projects were the Founders' 
Day National Philanthropy, which supports sev- 
eral settlement schools, and the Grace Ferris Me- 
morial Library. Each year a library of 100 volumes 
is donated to a selected T.B. sanitarium. 




Top row: Priscilla Swartz, Joan Stejskal, Anita Lapinskas, Janet Rogers, Joan Johnsos, Helen Ruopp, Carol Carey, Bernice Ferguson, Beverly Cannon, Martha 

Morrison, Kathryn Brown, Ruth Dechant, Bonnie Bowron 
Third row: Elizabeth Oakwood, Marcia Payne, Barbara Small, Arlene Kullen, Barbara Harris, Janet Zacharias, Carol Clauser, Carol Clin, Sara Balbach, Kathryn 

Deneen, Sharon McNerney, Carole Williams, Frances Swartz, Maureen Charles 
Second row: Mary McDonald, Sara Joy, Nancy Friedl, Jean Draegert, Mrs. Mann, Ann Sognefest, Marion Stuenkel, Peggy Merideth, Constance Spangemacher 
Bottom row: Jeanne Ikins, Leslie Barthel, Margaret McDonald, Judith Oakwood, Andre Larson, Linda Joy, Lois Kaptain, Jane Valentine, Sally Teuschor, Judith 

Sprafin 



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Officers — Top row: Elaine Coady, pledge trainer; Mildred Hepfer, treas- 
urer; Patricia Carroll, rush chairman 

Bottom row: Patricia Lay, vice president; Alexis Michale, president; 
Beverly Bowman, secretary 



The Christmas season was a busy time at the Chi 
Omega house. The Chi O's, in conjunction with a 
Iraternity, gave their annual party for underprivi- 
leged children. A house Christmas party was pre- 
ceded by a Secret Pal Week during which each pei- 
son did special things tor her "secret pal" such as 
making her bed and leaving "goodies." The week 
ended when Santa came to the house party to dis- 
tribute gifts. Each class dressed in costumes for the 
party, and the waiters provided entertainment. 

To recognize high scholarship, a Social Science 
Award was presented to the outstanding senior 
woman in political science. The Margaret Wescott 
Phillips Award was given to all Chi O's elected to 
Mortar Board. Also, a trophy was awarded to the 
pledge mother-daughter team who earned the high- 
est combined grade average. 



Chi Omega 

907 South Wright 
123 Active Chapters 






Top row: Judith Gaghen, Betty Burch, Becca Hosford, Mary Brown, Judith White, Carol Tremaine, Sharon Crowley, Martha Solomon, Betty Glenn, Judith Terp, 

Lesta Elliott, Melissa Blanke, Shannon Mora, Patricia Harper 
Third row: Ann Stanley, Joan Wilkinson, Annette Esser, Suzanne Jeffries, Carole Stackhouse, Barbara Patterson, Elizabeth Michener, Lauris Goff, Judith Feasfer, 

Carol Hay, Carol Luczak, Pamela Piszek, Stephanie Koelling, Janet Fratia, Kay McLey 
Second row: Louise Middlemas, Marilyn Williams, Aliceanne Hoff, Janice Sauerman, Patricia Carroll, Audrey Ostrum, Patricia Lay, Mrs. Ross, Alexis Michale, 

Beverly Bowman, Mildred Hepfer, Elaine Coady, Judith Voyles, Virginia Davis, Nancy Tyner 
Bottom row: Carol Carlson, Camille Flores, Barbara Brown, Sally Blair, Shirley Livesay, Betty Flamm, Sarah Johnson, Janet Beardsley, Roslyn Virgilio, Terry Heads, 

Joan Pratt, Carol Oyster 
Not In panel: Roberta Abell 



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Top row: Elsie Robison, Sue Haines, Nancy Wile, Karol Porter, Constance Peters, Betty Brown, Saundra Youmans, Susan Albrecht, Rachel Leimbach, Martha 

Williams, Carole Luehring, Carol Keller, Carol Robison, Susan Vaughn 
Fourth row: Barbara Ropers, Sylvia Wineland, Lynn Bell, Sharon McGarvey, Victoria Feit, Susan Lewis, Marian Trilk, Joyce Bullock, Joan Ellacott, Karen Berg- 

Strom, Janet Walberg, Roxana Kentish, Karen Siegrist, Catherine Miller, Darlene Baker 
Third row: Susan Kahl, Judith Mansager, Ann Reeder, Jane Faulkner, Sue Keagle, Jo Ann Ivens, Mrs. Gilchrest, Carole Brandt, Barbara Bradburn, Janet McBain, 

Mary Baker, Alice Carlson 
Second row: Mary Farley, Sally Tippett, Linda Layman, Barbara Conant, Janet Eng, Lynette Olson, Sandra McWhinney, Joyce Bozarth, Patricia Henry, Antoinette 

Lierman, Rita Swanson 
Bottom row: Jane Dugdale, Betty GrifFin, Harriet House, Joan Neet, Helen Rodemer, Jacqueline Finley, Bonnie Scott, Ann Macke 
Not in panel: Constance Eckman, Martha Graves, Susan Gliessman 



Delta Delta Delta 



508 East Clialmers 
103 Active Chapters 



Carrying out a well-known national tradition, 
the members ol Delta Delta Delta presented a 
"Pansy Breaklast" tins spring. As their names were 
announced, the engaged .senior girls in Panhellenic 
stepped through a huge pansy ring. The affair in- 
cluded a bridal style show and a display of wedding 
cakes and floral arrangements. 

Also on the social side was the traditional choos- 
ing of a "favorite date." This pinman or fiance is 
chosen by the Tri Delts to reign as their Delta 
Dream Wan at the annual spring formal. 

To raise money for the annual scholarships they 
give in memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Leah Trelease, 
the Tri Delts always hold a Service Project during 
the first semester. This year they auctioned off 
articles and services, such as dress alterations or 
bridge lessons, to each other. 









Officers — Top row: Sue Haines, secretary; Barbara Bradburn, marshal; 

Rachel Leimbach, treasurer 
Second row: Carole Brandt, vice president-plodtio trainer; Jo Ann Ivens, 

president 
Bottom row: Sue Keagle, social chairman 



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Top rovif: Nancy Gardner, Brenda Hamilton, Christina Shaw, Carol Zamudio, Carl3 Kogan, Donna AAoran, Lesley Simmonds, Susan Langston, Jean Davis, Kaye 

Eberhardt, Elizabeth Carlbring, Josephine Lodato, Barbara Goeke 
Third row: Mae Mirto, Margaret McCarthy, Cynthia Peterson, Nancy Dixon, Gloria Keller, Dorothy Lawrence, Ellen Powers, Jenna Vaught, Judith Warren, Judith 

Lenz, Margery Hamilton, Sally Trinkle, Judy Reichle, Claudia Joslyn 
Second row: Barbara Burdon, Jane Johnston, Susan Teegarden, Charlene Hamann, Julia Williamson, Carolyn Stucker, Barbara Reardon, Mrs. Robinson, Sandra 

Sherman, Ann Ehrlich, Mary Cooley, Janet Johnston, Joyce Agress 
Bottom row: Yvonne Kamholtz, Linda Cohn, Lolita Anderson, Ray Cochran, Gail Van Deventer, Judith Stephenson, Charlotte Galloti, Judy Bush, Judith Mankowski, 

Donna Miller, Margaret Salata, Barbara Gay, Katherine Kariher, Diana Zinn 



Delta Gamma 

1207 West Nevada 
85 Active Chapters 





Officers — Top row: Julia Williamson, rush chairman; Mary Cooley, sec- 
retary 

Bottom row: Sandra Sherman, first vice president; Barbara Reardon, presi- 
dent; Ann Ehrlich, second vice president; Carolyn Stucker, treasurer 



The traditional baseball game between the Delta 
(iannna and Kappa Alpha Theta pledges was held 
this lall. The winner received a traveling trophy, 
which will be awarded permanently when one 
house wins for three consecutive years. 

The winter formal, which is held annually with 
the Kappa Al]:)ha Thcta's, was the DCs l^iggcst so- 
cial event for the first .semester. In the spring, the 
decorations for the annual Anchor Man Formal 
centered aroimd a large replica of the house pin. 
At this dance the DCs elected and crowned their 
Anchor Man from among the girls' dates. 

The DGs help to support the organizations tor 
Sight Conservation and Aid to th" BHnd. Througli 
cooperation with the Blind Students .Association on 
this campus, the DGs spent se\ eral horns eac h week 
reading to blind students. 




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Top row: Marilyn Dubinsky, Carol Finne, Barbara Hoffman, Bonnie Winston, Shirley Gerber, Dolores Sutcher, Diana Nimz, Joann Rifkin, Lee Bloom, Joanne 

Fishlove, Merrily Handler, Muriel Reiner, Linda Lambert, Rosalind Novak 
Third row: Dorothy Don, Judy Eber, Esther Singer, Rhetta Ruttenberg, Gail Ruttenberg, Lisa Goldenberg, Susan Greenberg, Marilyn Holtzman, Elaine Jesmer, 

Beverly Silverstein, Joyce Rich 
Second row: Deborah Rothholtz, Audrey Heuberger, Maris Freed, Deanna Africk, Maxine Postosky, Mrs. Golan, Joyce Carmel, Marie Goldman, Susan Polonsky, 

Leigh Nathanson, Judith Kanarish, Nancy Berman, Joyce Friedman 
Bottom row: Natalie Mann, Helene Lamberg, Carole Millman, Francine Gold, Marcia Farber, Cydnie Shapiro, Carol Flamm, Bonnie Harvey, Ellen Lazar, Roberta 

Natker, Joyce Singer, Deanne Sherwin 
Not in panel: Marcy Shapiro, Marsha Weiss, Annette Fettej 



Delta Phi Epsilon 



47 East Chalmers 
28 Active Chapters 



Delta Phi Epsilon maintains an extensive philan- 
thropic program. The national charity of the soror- 
ity is Cystic Fibrosis Fund. Funds for this charity 
were raised through \'arious projects, such as bake 
sales, car washes, and newspaper drives. To fulfill 
initiation requirements, the D Phi E pledges aided 
the Red Cross by doing such tasks as reading to hos- 
pital patients and rolling bandages. 

The first snowfall of the year found the D Phi 
E's engaged in their annual snowball fight with a 
fraternity. The results ranged from snow-washed 
faces to broken windows. 

Several trophies were given for high scholarship, 
one award going to the big and little sister team 
who had the highest combined average. Other 
awards included the Activity Award and Best 
Pledge Award. 






Officers — Top row: Marie Goldman, senior council member; Maxine Poslo- 

sky, vice presicJent; Deanna Africk, treasurer 
Bottom row; Leigh Nathanson, secretary; Joyce Carmel, presicJent; Sue 

Polonsky, pledge trainer 



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Officers - Emma Pippins, treasurer; Martha Johnson, corresponding sec- 
retary; Marva Hinton, vice president; Shirley Alexander, recording 
secretary; Theresa Leonard, social chairman; Sonja Monroe, president 



Marking the l)egiiiiiing oi 195!>',s social schedule 
lor the Delta Sigma Theta's was the pledge class' 
presentation ol the ainiiial "Premiere" dance. The 
theme and entertainment lor this dance are kept 
secret initil the night ol the dance. 

The pledges again took charge on Turnabout 
Day when they assimied the role of actives for twen- 
ty-foin^ hoins dining the two-week period preceding 
the initiation ceremonies in the second semester. 
Also concerning the pledges was the Ideal Pledge 
Bracelet which was awarded for a three-week period 
to the pledge who had shown the most outstanding 
leadership qualities. 

One Facidty Tea was held each semester, and the 
Delta Sigma Theta's were hosts to the Deans of 
Women for their ainiual dinner, "The House of 
Delta." 



Delta Sigma Theta 



905 West Oregon 

247 Active Chapters 






Top row: Emma Pippins, Marva Hinton, Amelia Boozer, Shirley Dean, Theresa Leonard 
Second row: Sonja Monroe, Martha Johnson, Mrs. Terrlll, Shirley Alexander, Beverly Blacksher 
Bottom row: Lucretia Gayden, Jeadenia Nelson, Beverly Pruitt 
Not in panel: Marlene Washington 



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Delta Zeta 

710 WcM Oiiio 
I2() Active Chapters 











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Officers — Top row: Barbara Seed, social chairman; Nancy Swikle, presi- 
dent; Judith Denton, treasurer 

Second row: Kay Jones, standards chairman; Colette Holman, rush chair- 
man; June Hefter, pledge trainer 

Bottom row: Gayle Haglund, scholarship chairman 



.\iii()iig the annual events held at Delta Zeta this 
year was the spring Rose Formal where the Dream 
Man ol Delta Zeta was announced. Also on the 
social calendar was the waiter dinner exchange lor 
whidi the girls themselves took over the duties ol 
table-waiting and dish-washing while the waiters 
were given one night of ease. Highlighting the tra- 
ditional Senior Breakfast was the reading of the 
prophecy and the will. 

Each week, as a civic project, the DZ's sent a let- 
ter to a patient at Carville Hospital, a special hos- 
pital for lepers in Louisiana. They also sent Christ- 
mas and birthday gilts to this patient. 

The DZ's awarded a single red rose, the frater- 
nity's flower, for each new pinning and engage- 
ment. .\ rose was also given to those who achieved 
(ampus honors. 




Top row: Mariorie Gallagher, Darlene Zieike, AAary Smith, Patricia Wells, Patricia Brewer, Patricia Tiedje, Patricia Albee, Pauletle Kling, Ruth Halligan, Sandranne 

Millc'ilnur, Audrienne Koziol 
Third row: Carol Diez, Phyllis Peterson, Barbara Norton, Therese Petri, Judith Brandly, Leah Schrotberger, Carolyn Peterson, Martha Gilkerson, Barbara Stearns, Ann 

Tice, Vivian Brown 
Second row: Sandra Eppard, Marjorie Anderson, Barbara Seed, Colette Holman, June Hefter, Mrs. Distelhorst, Nancy Swikle, Kay Jones, Judith Denton, Gayle 

Har)!und, Genevieve Zeh 
Bollom row: Nancy Wood, Linda Schuize, Sue Fullerton, Carole McEntire, Nancy Bear, Marge Helgren, Bonnie Struth, Judith Willetts, Dorothy Lowenstein, Nancy 

Culbertson, Beverly Kent, Fredna Ray, Mary Rothermel 
Not in panel: Joan Chapin 



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Gamma Phi Beta 



1 1 10 West Nevada 
71 Active Chapters 




Officers — Top row: Janet Pomerenke, house manager; Barbara Langley, 

president; Jeannine Rhine, pledge trainer 
Bottom row: Dianne Baumann, recording secretary; Sara Edgell, treasurer; 
Gerry Rader, social chairman 



Highlighting the Gamma Phi Beta social calen- 
dar this past year was the annual formal dinner- 
dance, the Syracuse Triad. Held with Alpha Gamma 
Delta and Alpha Phi, the affair took place in March 
to honor the founding of these three national so- 
rorities at Syracuse. 

In addition to the University's Dads Day and 
Mothers Day, Gamma Phi set aside a weekend for 
their parents which featured a special banquet on 
Saturday night. The little sisters of the Gamma 
Phi's arrived on campus in the spring to attend a 
Little Sister Weekend. 

Gamma Phi Beta owns and operates two camps 
for underprivileged children. Located in Denver 
and Vancouver, British C^olumbia, the camps are 
financed from special fimds and magazine sales. 
Each summer Gamma Phi's from all over the 
United States serve as counselors at these camps. 









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Top row: Bevra Bice, Sara Bockwinkel, Janet Schleper, Carol Mitchell, Doris KauL'uss, Susanne Oehler, Judith Morley, Doris Miller, Marianna Brown, Karin Sjo- 
strom, Joan Hottes, Margaret LaBarre, Judith Neal 

Third row: Jane Swedberg, Sara Edgell, Marguerite Mizelle, Carol Speers, Georgia Jackson, Diana Kramp, Thelma King, Janet Rasmussen, Janet Pomerenke, Mary- 
Dell Matchett, Deanne Cortright, Patricia Sheahen, Mary Ehler 

Second row: Gerry Rader, Mary Lou Bush, Bethanyanne Pinnell, Dianne Baumann, Valerie Gerlach, Jeannine Rhine, Mrs. Hicks, Barbara Langley, Suzanne King, 
Phyllis Neal, Nancy Boldt, Janet McQueen, Mary Ehrlicher 

Bottom row: Mary Bucher, Barbara Wareham, Susan Gerstner, June Brunkow, Ma.'y Potts, Nancy Schreiber, Janice Johnson, Janet Peterson, Martha Hanson, Janet 
Langley, Kathryn Macon, Gaynell Grubb 

Not in panel: Anne Beniamin, Sheryl Fiester, Nita King, Linda Mowrer, Martha Miller, Stephanie Ackley, Earleen Barnes, Linda VanLeer, Lindley Crouch 



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Top row: Rayna Zechman, Lynn Cornick, Lynn Singer, Barbara Miller, Helaine Deutsch, Ruth Marcus, Annette Ruder, Janet Engler, Laurel Satin 
Third row: Roslyn Sheck, Yarol Gerry, Judith Mesirow, Martha Shane, Marjorie Tepper, Barbara Gelman, Carol Mills, Sharia Waitzman, Sheila Pianko 
Second row: Rochelle Greenspan, Sheila Robinson, Reva Stone, Joyce Busch, Mrs. Smith, Muriel Rosin, Lorna Klorflne, Gail Spero, Joy Shaykin 
Bottom row: Judith Cohn, Rita Levey, Donna Trachtman, Shiela Greenberg, Elizabeth Schwartz, Francine Friedman, Harriet Elman 
Not in panel: Janet Greenfield 



Iota Alpha Pi 

1002 South Lincoln 
17 Active Chapters 



Iota Alpha Pi's pledge dance was sponsored by 
the pledge class. They decorated, made the bids, 
and presented an original skit lor their dance. The 
other dance was the annual May formal, a dinner- 
dance held in one of the local hotels. 

Alter each semester, a house Honor Roll was 
posted. It included the names of the Top Ten girls 
in scholarship. Instead of having the typical Steak 
and Beans Scholarship Dinner, the Iota Alpha Pi's 
had a Steak and Egg Dinner to honor those with 
outstanding grades. 

Following another tradition of the house, the 
pledge class selected the oiustanding active. She 
was chosen on the basis of her grades, activities, and 
attitude toward the pledge class. The chapter ga\e 
each graduating senior a gift by which to remember 
her days as an undergraduate. 





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Officers — Top row: Joyce Busch, vice president; Sheila Robinson, social 
chairnian; Muriel Rosin, president; Reva Stone, treasurer 

Bottom row: Lorna Klorflne, recording secretary; Gail Spero, correspond- 
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Top row; Darlene Kittilsen, Margaret Phillips, Meln ' i.i t " ' ■ in . , :. 1 1 ! i ■' i , i , r ,> l.i Br, 

Sandra Sanders, Judith Johnson, Gail Pierce, Sue Johnston, Susan Ball, Marcia Morgan, Maribolle Myers 
Third row: Mary Nankervis, ' " " "' — '~ 

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Marilyn Mann 
Second row: Molly Moore, Susan Lee, Marilyn McWard, Sara Duncombe, Carol Smith, Barbara Watkins, Mrs. Fletcher, Barbara Brown, Mary Drenckhahn, 

Geraldine Johnson, Katherine Morf, Sally Quackenbush, Marcia Kittilsen 
Bottom row: Barbara Giles, Judith Mine, Judith King, Mary Starr, Catherine Lanier, Bethine Oakley, Bonnie Belnap, Janet Curry, Carolyn Miller, Martha Mulli- 

ken, Christine Stearns, Mary Callahan, Julie Williams, Margaret Cleary, Julia Bodman 



mdra Sanders, Judith Johnson, Gail Pierce, Sue Johnston, Susan Ball, Marcia Morgan, Maribolle Myers 

w: Mary Nankervis, Jane Russell, Mary Cooper, Jacqueline Wolf, Elizabeth Slerrett, Ada Jones, Marilyn Morgan, Emilie Gillespie, Lynda Lambrecht, 
izabeth Eastman, Patricia Harvey, Katherine Hirt, Virginia Hommel, Sybil Peterson, Janet Chumbley, Wendy Geyer, Patricia Connor, Meredith Osman, 
arilyn Mann 





Officers — Top row: Barbara Brown, vice president; Janet Chumbley, 

treasurer 
Bottom row: Sally Quackenbush, corresponding secretary; Virginia Horn 

mel, recording secretary; Barbara Watkins, president; Marilyn 

Mann, house manager 



Kappa Alpha Theta 



611 East Daniel 
90 Active Chapters 



The Powder Pull Bowl was held in the iall be- 
tween Kappa Alpha Theta and Delta Gamma. A 
tra\eling trophy was awarded to the house whose 
pledges won this traditional baseball game. 

Highlighting the Christmas season at the Theta 
house was the traditional Stocking Party. Follow- 
ing the buffet dinner and open house, the girls pre- 
sented their dates with the Christmas stockings 
which they had made, decorated, and filled with 
gilts. 

In addition to the regular events schedvded for 
Mothers Day and Dads Day week ends, the Theta's 
Iield a party with their Sheequon and Stunt Show 
partners and their parents. 

Through the Foster Parents Plan, Kappa Alpha 
Theta sponsored a Greek girl. Clothes and money 
were sent to provide for her well-being. 




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Top row: Ann Shrader, Maryann Masley, Lois Henderson, Elsie Janes, Sandra Birk, Ruth Johnson, Nancy Wertheim, Janice Korflst, Carol Heath, Emily Chval, 
Patricia Anderle, Carol Palmer, Judith Rohmer, Barbara Auble, Doris Vandagrift 

Third row: Carol Rockwood, Carol Schmalz, Marcia Crosby, Julia Cash, Mary Young, Sandra Potts, Susan Rettko, Elizabeth Garrett, Faith Cremieux, Carlotta 
Kaiser, Sara Pearman, Judi Rakar, Dierdre Linder, Patricia Dominic, Marilyn Albert 

Second row: Jean Orr, Jenny Wertheim, Ann McFarland, Barbara Gordon, Judith Hively, Virginia Riser, Mrs. Connell, Nancy Linn, Sara Connelly, Georgia Mar- 
shall, Nancy Hurt, Kay Kibler 

Bottom row: Marilyn Rank, Margaret Dillon, Judith Morrison, Joann Tresselt, Margaret Goodmon, Kay Gray, Helen Hewitt, Cynthia Patterson, Dee Perry, Jill 
Diederich, Bonnie Auble 

Not in panel: Betty Holpuch, Karen Weaver, Nancy Steidner 



Kappa Delta 

1201 South Lincoln 
96 Active Chapters 



"Snowed Inn" was the title ol Kappa Delta's 
winter lorinal. The chapter house was turned into 
a ski lodge; and Ox, Theta Chi's mascot, came as 
a special guest. This year the pledge dance, "Com- 
motion Around the Ocean," was centered around 
a sea motif. 

In conjunction with their national philanthropy, 
KD Christmas Seals were sold. The money raised 
was used to help crippled children. Kappa Delta 
also awarded $1,000 lor outstanding work in 
orthopedics. 

The Kappa Delt alums held a party to recog- 
nize the girls who excelled scholastically. The 
pledge with the highest average lor initiation re- 
ceived a diamond, which was set in her pin. The 
annual Steak and Bean Dinner served to further 
ackn(jwledge achievement and improvement in 
scholarship. 






Officers — Top row: Dierdre Linder, secretary; Virginia Riser, president; 

Emily Chval, vice president 
Dottom row: Nancy Hurt, rushing chairm.in; Carol Heath, editor; Susan 

Rettko, treasurer 



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Officers: Jill Wallace, house chairman; Margaret Moots, vice preslcjent; 
Martha Murray, treasurer; Betty Millan, pledge trainer; Jane Park, 
social chairman; Carol Walker, president 



Kappa Kappa Ciainiiia joined with Pi Beta Phi to 
sponsor their traditional Monmouth Duo. This 
dance commemorated the founding of these two 
sororities at Monmouth College. 

When the Christmas season came around, the 
Kappa's celebrated it with an annual tea dance held 
on a Saturilay afternoon at the chapter house. The 
Sadie Hawkins Dance, another annual favorite, was 
based on a Dogpatch theme. Decorations included 
liales of hay and featured an old pot-bellied stove. 

As a group project, the Kappa's are providing for 
the education of a foster child in Greece. The girls 
also correspond regiUarly with her. 

The chapter gave special recognition to the 
pledge with the highest grade average and to the 
outstanding pledge. A small trophy was awarded to 
the active with the highest grades. 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 



I 102 Soulli Lincoln 
SI .\(ti\c Chapters 



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Top row: Carol demons. Sue Mittendorf, Sally Smith, Joan Davis, Elizabeth Ainsworth, Llyn Forrest, Joan Seright, Lisa Grable, Betty Millan, Sarah Wrobke, Anna 

bel Vogt, Bonita Anderhub, Nancy Derrough, Martha Forsyth 
Fourth rov^: Arlene Sendera, Mary Collins, Barbara Angell, Virginia Smith, Lesley Bork, Norma Colegrove, Phoebe Kosfeld, Judith Corley, Lynne Nelson, Nancy 

Jones, Nancy Veach, Susan Willets, Judith Wright, Helen Pan, Maryhelen Ryan, Julia Delong 
Third row: Karen Kaufman, Martha Murray, Elizabeth Lloyd, Anne Pickett, Patricia Cunningham, Judith Hanson, Patti Breckenridge, Carol Walker, Mrs. Binde, 

Margaret Moots, Jane Park, Mary Narland, Jill Wallace, Mary Shurtz, Judy Clark, Karen Williams, Mary Siebert 
Second row: Marilyn Wagner, Doris Redman, June Wagner, Lynn Bork, Judith Na'land, Nancy Brunkow, Linda Colegrove, Dorothy Allyn, Julie Olds, Margaret 

Brown, Linda Carl, Mary Drendel, Mary Lauterborn, Nancy O'Conneli 
Bottom row: Susan Sterrett. Toni ShapkofF, Margaret Anderson, Patricia Bubeck, Ruth Lance, Janice Mock, Carol Gilbert, Joan Aiken, Diane Courtright, Susan Watts 



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Phi Mu 

1010 South Third 
79 Active Chapters 






secretary; Joyce Lutz, president; 



Officers — Top row; :^.i.ii;j Ai:dti,^i 
Carol Leonard, treasurer 

Bottom row: Judith Coleman, vice president; Margaret Molitor, mem- 
bership chairman; Merrill Hahn, pledge trainer 



The theme ol the Phi Mu's spring lonnal, Mag- 
iKjlia Hall, IS a tradition among their chapters 
across the nation. Magnolias were used both as the 
theme and in the decorations. 

To emphasize scholarship, the Zenobia Keller 
Award was given each semester by the local alimi- 
nae chapter to the girl with the most scholastic im- 
pro\ement over the previous semester. On Found- 
ers' Day the alumnae also awarded .§10 to the pledge 
and to the active who had the highest average lor 
the year. 

A traditional Tin Can Scavenger Hunt was held 
just before Thanksgiving to collect food for the tui- 
derprivileged of the area. To further the education 
of the less fortunate. Phi Mu gave international 
study grants to women in foreign countries to en- 
able them to study in this country. 




Top row; Geraldine Gallik, Betty Zinser, Lois Goodell, Carol Ostrom, Nell Prather, Sharon Layng, Margaret GriflRlh, Lynda Songer, Louise Rabin 

Third row: Nancy Parker, Linda Sorrclls, Mary Fries, Kay Taylor, Nancy Herman, Lynne Rader, Jeanette Lohbauer, Alice Helm, Jeanine Sanquist, Lorna Arm- 

'.trong, Corinne Tabor 
Second row: Joanne Lutz, Merrill Hahn, Savilla Anderson, Joyce Lutz, Mrs. Jackson, Judith Coleman, Carol Leonard, Margaret Molitor 
Bottom row: J.inet Moody, Marlenc Munjon, Nancy Kohlenberger, Virginia Klingensmith, Diane Malmberg, Nancy Anderson, Diana Francis 



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Officers — Top row: Judy Moss, treasurer; Linda Freeman, member at large 
Second row: Marilyn Ecker, secretary; Jill Greenspan, vice president 
Bottom row: Rita Stone, president 



The seniors ol Phi Sigma Sigma were guests at 
an annual hreaklast hekl in their honor. They an- 
nounced their will and prophecy, while the juniors 
gave a skit. 

The decorations lor "Circusology," this year's 
pledge dance, included a merry-go-round and over 
(>;)() balloons which covered the ceiling. A fat lady, 
the thin man, a pair ol Siamese cats, and the tra- 
ditional clown were but some ol the costimies seen 
;!t the dance. 

All the chapters of Phi Sigma Sigma worked to- 
wards helping rheumatic fever victims. The girls 
raised money to pay nurses and to buy beds and 
equipment for the hospitals. 

The girl who achieved the highest scholastic 
average received a charm with her grade average 
on it. The Scholarship Key was awarded to the 
big and little sister team with the best grades. 



Phi Sigma Sigma 



306 East Gregory 
20 Active Chapters 






Top row: Merle Lezak, Carol Schuller, Diane Greengoss, Arleen AAalkin, Joyce Tunik, Enid Kosbie, Maureen Gold, Eunice Levine 

Third row: Florie Kogen, Inez Weinberg, Sharon Gerson, Phyllis Burkons, Dora Morris, Lynne Brandt, Adrienne Kaufman, Toby Bandalin, Carole Newburger, 

Kay Benesch 
Second row: Ann Rothman, Judy Moss, Jill Greenspan, Mrs. Heyman, Rita Stone, Marilyn Ecker, Judy Sider, Gloria Krashen 

Bottom row: Eleanor Braun, Judy Lefkowitz, Eileen Shanvet, Janice Rich, Leanne Glassner, Louise Krevitz, Sheryn Saffrin, Meryl Cohen, Marcy Schlesinger 
Not in panel: Linda Freeman, Adrienne Milstein, Judy Ringel 

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Top row: Beverly Hall, Judith Dale, Kristina War>berg, Marcia Glasgow, Sandra Dewar, Viola Thompson, Dianne Oros, Juanita Neal, Elizabeth Roberts, Ann White- 

ley, Pat Twohig, Deann Donovan, Susan Colwell, Susan Tazewell, Margaret Kriege, Sharon Skoglund, Karen Richardson, AAarina Lucco, Nancy Langham, 

Sheila Holzwart 
Third row: Nancy Townsend, Joyce Hale, Joanne Leonard, Laura Quinn, Bonnie Dallman, Sally Swanson, Irmgarde Dodegge, Katherine Parker, Patricia Claflin, 

Courtney Read, Nancy Wilson, Merna Tucker, Joan Wineland, Gretchen Misher, Jeanne Klier, Susan Boodin, Mary Kelling 
Second row: Diana Flynn, Merilyn Sever, Sallie Cappa, Mary Forsyth, Patricia Lo ig, Mary Long, Mrs. Hinkle, Lois Rucker, Suzanne Althoff, Arline Bergquist, Sue 

Buchheit, Jacqueline Sowers, Sancjra Bonjean 
Bottom row: Donna Shapiro, Mary Florio, Mary Morrison, Norma Jones, Kay Byrne, Ann Tobin, Barbara Payne, Virginia Hynds, Diana Shorb, Susan Briggs, 

Anne Cleveland, Marcia Hance, Elaine Anderson. 
Not in panel: Margo Sullivan 



Pi Beta Phi 

1(K)5 South Wright 
104 Active Chapters 



The national philanthropic work of Pi Beta Phi 
is the administration ol a Settlement School in Gat- 
linburg, Tennessee. During the year, the alumnae 
and chapter members held a sale with the merchan- 
dise, which included handwoven linens, pottery, 
woodwares, and jewelry made at this school. 

A social highlight ol the year was the annual 
Monmouth Duo which was held jointly with the 
Kappa Kappa Gamma's to celebrate the founding 
ol the two sororities at Monmouth College in Mon- 
mouth, Illinois. Another big aftair was the semi- 
lormal tea dance held on a May afternoon. 

Among the awards given this year by the Pi Phi's 
were the Amy Burnhain Onken Award for the sen- 
ior girl making the best all-roimd contributions to 
the house, the V'albelman Senior Award, and the 
.\rliugton Heights Award foi' the oiUstanding soph- 
omore. 






Officers — Top row: Mary Kelling, treasurer; Mary Long, vice president; 
Lois Rucker, president; Patricia Long, recording secretary 

Bottom row: Suzanne Althoff, pledge trainer; Nancy Wilson, correspond- 
ing secretary 



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Top row: Judith Miller, JoAnn Friedman, Maxine Bronson, Paula Norris, Marcia Colfman, Babette Schradski, Joanna Gottlieb, Iris Efron, Bonnie Schaefer, 

Elynor Keyser, Linda Schein, Katharine AAaremonf, Merle Miller, Jane Goodman, Alice Lyons, Barbara Kalver, Phyllis Polakow, Elaine Nusbaum, Arlene 

Roin 
Third row; Bonnie Elfman, Bonni Zelle, Patricia Berman, Susan Fisher, Marcia Pressman, Sharon Gross, Coralie Hirsch, Charlotte Bass, Renee Cairo, Helaine 

Jordan, Suzanne Sperling, Charlene Sherman, Helane Rayman, Ellen ZImbler, Laurie Zisook, Sharon Pucker, Bett Ragin, Margery Cohen, Janet Jacobson 
Second row: Judith Miller, Beverly Maslan, Harriet Lang, Arlene Samuel, Arlene Schoenburg, Miss Maff, Mrs. Mize, Joan Greenberg, Ida Bartelstein, Bernice 

Schradski, Frances Schoen, Myrna Shure 
Bottom row: Beryl Baizer, Geri Salat, Carole Tenenbaum, Rene Cohen, Patricia Burnstein, Inez Butterman, Barbara Polan, Anne Frank, Bonnie Berg, Ruth 

Klotz, Sandra Poll 




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Officers: Joan Greenberg, president; Arlene Schoenburg, first vice presi- 
dent; Ida Bartelstein, second vice president; Arlene Samuel, treas- 
urer; Harriet Lang, secretary; Bernice Schradski, rush chairman 



Sigma Delta Tau 



1104 West Nevada 
30 Active Chapters 



As a philaiuhiojiic project, members ol Sigma 
Delta Tau support an adopted child. For the past 
lew years they have been supporting a girl who 
lives in Germany. To raise money for this project, 
Dollar Dinners were held several times during the 
year. This philanthropic project is administered 
through the Foster Parent Plan. 

This spring the SDT's held their first Little Sis- 
ters' Weekentl. Another weekend was set aside in 
May for the graduating seniors, and all the mem- 
bers of the original pledge class were invited to 
the festivities. 

Personal trophies were given to the pledge 
mother and ]jledge daughter who had the highest 
coinl)ined grade average in the house. Awards were 
also given to the outstanding activity girl in each 
class. 




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Top row; .'...mIIo ^,,i,ii,..,,, t„.L.,.i. ^^;„^, Judith Hodges, j„o:.,,u — :..,,:.„, .'.'.o:^.., _l:!.„, ,.„j:^, i!„^!., Joan Edmonds, Lynn Kuehn, Margaret Allen, Judith 

Buehler, Norma Freeman 
Third row: Betty Hulka, Joan Clever, Donna Fitch, Nancy Wightman, Nelda Stacell, Marcia Hafhorne, Patricia Hunter, Lynn Skeen, Joan Tompkinson, Ardis Hill, 

Patricia Loman, Barbara Hummer, Margret Nelson, Sandra Rayburn 
Second row: Patricia Dunn, Mary Schrader, Sea Matukas, Patricia Bell, Mrs. Brockmeier, Judith Rowley, Barbara Wilford, Marlene Litwiller, Ruth Beals 
Bottom row: Judith Little, Dortha Hurley, Florence Gegel, Kay Iden, Barbara Sternaman, Joan Huber, Cheryl Clark, Meridith Magenheimer, Marilyn Taylor, Rae 

Kweder, Patricia Endsley, Gay Grenlund 
Not in panel: Carolyn Burkle, Ruth Watt, Vicki Soukup, Lois Edson, Peggy Anderson 



Sigma Kappa 

713 West Ohio 
68 Active Chapters 



"Snowbound" was the annual winter formal 
held by Sigma Kappa. The chapter house was 
transformed into a winter snow scene, while one 
room where refreshments were served resembled 
a ski lodge. Both the winter and the spring 
formals were followed by Sweetheart Dinners. 

Turnabout Day gave all the pledges a chance to 
live the life of an active. For twenty-four hours 
pledge rules were observed by the active members. 

In May the house prepared a breakfast to honor 
the seniors. Each class presented a skit, and the 
seniors read their last will and testament. 

As their philanthropy, Sigma Kappa helped to 
support the Maine Seacoast Mission. This organi- 
zation operates a boat which visits islands off the 
coast of Maine, taking food and clothing to desti- 
tute families. 



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Officers: Atdis Hill, recording secretary; Mdrleiie litwiller, corresponding 
secretary; Judith Rowley, first vice president; Patricia Bell, president; 
Bea Matukas, second vice president; Mary Schrader, registrar 



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Officers: Karen Yeager, scholarship chairman; Carol Swanson, correspond- 
ing secretary; Kay Lash, president; Peggy S;amer, treasurer; Linda 
Lynch, vice president; Marilyn Stephenson, record'ng secretary 



In actordance with a national tradition, the 
members of Sigma Sigma Sigma combined their 
Mothers Day and Founders' Day Banquets into one 
big affair. Sealed envelopes which were received 
from the national office were opened, and special 
recognition was given to the chapter and to indi- 
vidual girls in the house. 

A national social service project, the Robbie Page 
Memorial, helps to raise money for the children's 
hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. This year 
the Tri Sig's held candy sales and white elephant 
sales to raise fluids for this project. 

A bracelet was given to the active and the pledge 
who achieved the highest scholastic average. The 
scholarship program also included a Scholarship 
Dinner. E\eryone ^vho had a 4.0 or above was 
served steak, and those below a 4.0 ate hamburgers. 



Sigma Sigma Sigma 



212 East Chalmers 
55 Active Chapters 






Top row: Barbara Pierce, Barbara Williams, Barbara Cable, Claire Johnson, Jeannine Zeiter, Patricia Sorensen, Janice Tullock, Lois Jacob, Gail Brefeld, Louise 

Schultz, Carol Dick, Dianne Kesser 
Second row: Carolyn Younglove, Karen Yeager, Carol Swanson, Linda Lynch, Mrs. Decker, Kay Lash, Peggy Stamer, Marilyn Stephenson, Janice Hawkins 
Bottom row: Mary Babler, Carol Odiet, Bonnie Parsons, Shirley Prohm, Diane Jones, Beverly Kaminski, Nancy Van Tuyle, Kathlene Gooch 



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Theta Upsilon 

.HO.S East John 
42 Adivc (llia])teis 






Officers: Judith Fribley, chaplain; Katherine Jackson, treasurer; Shirley 
Hill, president; Marylin Daly, vice president-pledge trainer; Diane 
Pettingell, alumni vice president; Elizabeth Fiedler, secretary 



The winter dance at Theta Upsilon was given for 
a iwo-lold purpose — to celebrate the Christmas sea- 
son and to tonnally present the pledge class. 

The Theta IJ pledges gave their annual Mardi 
Gras dance lor the actives during the spring semes- 
ter. The house was decorated with scenes denoting 
the Mardi Gras, and everyone who attended came 
in a costimie complete with mask. 

Theta U sponsored their annual State Day to 
honor Theta Upsilon alumnae. The chapter's phi- 
lanthropy was the care of a tribe of Navajo Indians 
in Arizona. 

To recogni/e scholarshi|), the chapter purchased 
pearl Theta U pins lor all pledges who attained 
membership in Alpha Lambda Delta. .\s in the 
past, an activity bracelet was awarded to the girl 
who had worked the most in activities. 




Top 



Love, Hildegard Schroeder, Mary Gow/er, Julia 



3w Cirolyr. Bordub, Jl-wi-I H,iu.), bylvi.i Hill, Vrri|i"id CluindlL-r, Kdrt-n Bra.iLli, bl.,iiun lliuinpbui,, 

Gates, Sally Hodson, Judith Lyman, Barbara Perry, Joyce Parren 
Third row: Lucia Winslow?, Marion Eggcrs, Nancy Darling, Karen Smith, Mary Pilch, Mary Fitzgerald, Lois Kenney, Phyllis Knight, Judith Menke, Alberta DiGlo- 

vanni, Sharon O'Neill, Deedrie Ellis, Ellen Rcimann, Ann Corkill, Jayne Stead 
Second row: Joan Droy, Joyce Kinsall, Noreen Baldi, Beverly Kimes, Elizabeth Fiedler, Shirley Hill, Mrs. Raith, Marylin Daly, Diane Pettingell, Arlene McGrath, 

Judith Fribley, Katherine Jackson, Janet KIccka, Patricia Webb, Evelyn Shouse 
Bottom row: Bonnie Heidbrick, Judy Alblinger, Mary Musselman, Marsha Michel, Patricia Szczepanik, Lydia Leach, Joan Bolin, Diane Welsh, Mary Bulfln, Janet 

Poer.e, Laurel Conrad, Gretchen Garthe, Cynthia Cordes, Dorothy Buhle, Eileen Sullivan, Phyllis Erskino 
Not in panel: Gail Phimistcr 



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Officers — Top row: Patncis Connor, vice president; Lucy Neel, president 
Bottom row; Elizabeth Wakefield, treasurer; Ruth Johnson, secretary; 
Karen Smilh, social chairman 



Opened in the Tail oi 1956, Walnut Hall was or- 
ganized by the Dean ol Panhelienic Women to al- 
low sorority members to associate more closely with 
each other and with their own houses. Most of the 
girls are transfer students Irom other universities. 

Walnut is composed ot small apartments, with 
lour girls living in each one. Cooking facilities are 
provided by a small kitchen in each apartment, btit 
many girls eat their meals at their own sorority 
houses. Their social life also centers around the 
activities of their sororities. 

During the first week of each semester, the girls 
look turns going to the house mother's room for 
gct-accjuainted parties. |ust before Christmas they 
gathered for their annual party which included re- 
freshments and a gift exchange. 



Walnut Hall 



1107 South Third 





Top row: Elizabeth Hewett, Linda Welch, Iris Efron, Sharon Gross, Carol Marshall, Mildred Morris, Marilyn Holtzman, Sabra Goldfine 

Third row: Susan Thomas, Sheila Holzwart, Carol Feige, Jane Speers, Andrea Koehler, Patricia Anderle, Linda McGrath, Rebecca Nash, Frances Baumgartner, 

Sandra Caton 
Second row: Catherine Tiffin, Sandi Bremhorst, Karen Smith, Lucy Neet, Mrs. Frodin, Patricia Connor, Elizabeth Wakefield, Ruth Johnson, Mary Robson 
Bottom row: Lenore McCord, Janna Smith, Arlene Sendera, Suann Johnston, Carene Erwin, Anastasia Sullivan, Marilyn Wilson, Virginia Smith 
Not in panel: Sharon Burdon, Janice Eikenmeyer, Gloria Keller, Dorothy Lawrence, Sandra Loeb, Phyllis Wendl 



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Too row; Mary Donimers, Joan Lundahl, Sharon Aubrey, AAary Blenker, Patricia Sager, Virgene Anderson, Janet Monier, Corul Winyfield, Helen Korenchan 

Third row: Donna Sunkel, Gretchen Rapp, Doreve Aide, Patricia Pauly, Ann Alcott, Sylvia Hardin, Joan Schuster, Nancy Sturies, Alice Banis, Marilyn 
Schmeichel, Phyllis Catalano, Ferol Parrott 

Second row: Garda Sitterly, Judith Dickinson, Marlene Peterson, Thara Boxdorfer, Merle Kuyrkendall, Mrs. Long, Barbara Buente, Rita Borri, Carol Enrico, 
Elizabeth Miller, Carol Hawkins 

Bottom row: Janet Fritz, Marion Wognum, Beverly Brown, Doretta Boyd, Katherine Kenyon, Helen Kleinschmidt, Linda Matthews, Barbara Sharp, Claire Man- 
ning Judith Zitzler, Clela Stern 

Not in panel: Elizabeth Marlowe, Martha Skiles 



Zeta Tau Alpha 

808 West Vermont 
101 Active Chapters 



Zeta Tau Alpha's annual winter formal, "Crystal 
Castle," was one of the most gala and memorable 
events of the year. The house was transformed into a 
winter scene which featured a glittering fountain, a 
bridge, and a circular staircase covered with aluminum 
foil. During the intermission, the pledge trainer intro- 
duced each pledge, and the Zetas sang the "Sweet- 
heart Song." 

To emphasize the importance of high scholarship, 
ZTA awarded a diamond which was to be put in the 
pin of the pledge who ranked highest in her pledge 
class. 

Chapter members contributed to their National 
Golden Anniversary Fund, established in memory of 
the founders of Zeta Tau Alpha. The money was 
given on Founders' Day in the form of Birthday Pen- 
nies, one for each year of Zeta's existence. 








Officerj: Rita Borri, secretary; Merle Kuyrkendall, president; Marlene 
Peterson, membership chairman; Barbara Buents, vice president; 
Thara Boxdorfer, treasurer 



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Top row: Claudia Young, Harriet Dolby, Nathalia Payne, Barbara Turnipseed 

Beltom row: Laurel Jones, Jacqueline Abrams, vice president; Clotilde Phelps, president; Barbara Gray, secretary; Patricia Cross 

Not in panel: Betty Burns 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 



1201 West Stoughioii 
271 Active Chapters 




pretty girls ... IF honors . . . dressing-room ptters 



. . games and shows . . . L.A.R. Carnival . . . busy gals . 




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Top row: Carol Heim, Dolories Biddle, Barbara Smith, Violet Abramikas, Beverly Bruce, Joyce Might, Jacqueline Benson, Leona Kocher, Sally Osborne, Sharon 

Spaulding, Catherine Waltz, Caria Sommerfeld, Barbara Worthington, Regina Kohl, Patricia Mulchings, Rita Disimone 
Third row: Linda VanLeer, Jacqueline Blanke, Audrey Mead, Suzanne Foissotte, Melen Nushart, Judith Zavodny, Donna Cayten, Sandra Seegren, Carolyn Tillema, 

Penelope Zimmerman, Sofia Hurwich, Sylvia Hurwich, Nancy Weaver, Susan Jordan 
Second row: Joan Evans, Rosalynn Jenkins, Anne Ehret, Coralee Dennis, Kathryn Corbin, Recille Chaden, Mary Shelton, Mrs. Wells, Nancy Warner, Sylvia Schlue- 

ter, Barbara Sapp, Betty BradshavK, Martha Fisher, Kay Bradshaw 
Bottom row: Carolyn Cooper, Nancy Johnston, Jean Ikeda, Carolyn Spees, Frances Bamburg, Barbara Elder, Joel Willis, Karen Rover, Helen Gall, Arlene Cribb, 

Norah Gernand, Mary Schaal 



Busey Hall 



nil Nevada 



Busey Hall, whith adjoins Evans Hall, is one ol 
the oldest resident halls lor women. Erected in 
1917, it was used as a military barracks lor the first 
two years. 

An extensive prograin honoring the girls' fathers 
was held on Dads Day Weekend. Pictures ot old 
cars decorated the main floor ol Busey. The high- 
light of the weekend was the crowning of their own 
King Dad at the bancjuet held on Saturday evening. 

Mothers Day Weekend events consisted of a ban- 
quet and the installation of officers for the coining 
year. On Saturday evening a pajama party was 
held for all mothers and daughters. A fashion show 
based on a special theme was presented, .\nother 
unic|ue event of the weekend was voting on the 
nKjthcr-daughter team who resembled each other 
the most. 



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Officers — Top row: Carol Fredrickson, treasurer; Marion Klajnik, social 

chairman; Anne Eastburn, secretary 
Second row: Marcia Burley, vice president 
Bottom row: Terry Cohn, social chairman; Yvonne Barta, president 



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informal singing . . , forgotten books . . . after-dinner fun 



The lall inlormal dance, "Twenty-three Skid- 
doo," ieatured 1920 costumes and decorations de- 
noting the flapper era. During the intermission, 
several girls provided entertainment by doing the 
Charleston. Fhe L'rbana Elks C^lub was the scene 
ol the winter lornial which was held jointly with 
Evans Hall. "Buttons and Beauxes" was the title 
ot Biisey's intormal dance, which was non-costume. 

An event held lor the first lime this year was the 
Sisters Weekend in April. A toin' ol the campus 
and a pajama party were scheduled lor Saturday, 
and a banquet followed on Sunday. 

.\t the end of the year, girls who had been espe- 
cially active in the house were chosen to have their 
names engraved cjn the activity cup. A Scholarship 
Dinner was held in the spring to honor all the girls 
who earned a 4.0 and above. 



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Top row: Susan Wade, Mary Sullivan, Rita Lasarow, Carol Miller, Donna Nelson, Janice Tencate, Lynn Napoli, Ruth Weihl, Linda Cordogian, Merle Singer, Lenore 

Kagan, Cara Farr, June Schiemer, Mary Schiemer, Barbara Gruner, Arlene Burk, Ann Surpless, Stephanie Dietrich, Judie Day, Andrea Stablin 
Third row: Diane Lambert, Lynn Kreuzberger, Gail Olmstead, Elizabeth Himes, Gloria Wibiral, Nancy Calhoun, Joanne Weaver, Daila Sfanaitis, Nijole Jasenas, 

Maxine Boughner, Mary Bulota, Vita Cerskus, Fredette Stiernberg, Milda Brencius, Vera Kozij, Nancy Chiddix, Alberta Zelinski, Barbara Curtis, Penelope 

Nicholl, Judy Hall, Betty Gross 
Second row: Yvonne Flamini, Joyce Whittler, Adria Mecklee, Karen Anderson, Marlene Mazer, Anne Eastburn, Marion Klajnik, Carol Fredrickson, Yvonne Barta, 

Marcia Burley, Terry Cohn, Adrienne Paull, Lila Katz, Danna Ryan, Marilyn Fluss, Carolyn Hall 
Bottom row: Cynthia Sage, Ann Halin, Mary Williams, Janet Devine, Charlotte LehnofF, Alice Adams, Kathleen Toohey, Donna Bell, Janaan Olson, Debra Dowoing, 

Marcia Smith, Juanita Randall, Carol Jezek, Paula Nicolet, Sue Sufferin 



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Evans Hall 



1115 West Nevada 





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Officers — Top row: Ragnhild Hiscox, secretary; Sandra Greenleaf, presi- 
dent; Nancy Mathis, vice president 

Bottom row: Susan Galbraith, social chairman; Jenna Lambert, hall council 
chairman; Patricia McKee, treasurer 




Evans Hall, which is next door to Busey Hall, 
was opened to women students in 1925 as a Univer- 
sity residence hall. Previously known as West Hall, 
the name ol the residence was later changed to 
Evans in honcn ol Laura B. Evans. The hall houses 
one hundred sixty-four girls. 

Dads Day Weekend featured a banquet on Satur- 
day evening, complete with entertainment and 
group singing. An "At Home" also was held dur- 
ing which the fathers were given a tour of the living 
quarters. The main lounge of Evans displayed 
paintings and art projects done by the girls. 

The events for Mothers Day Weekend were sim- 
ilar. In addition to the banquet and art show, a 
pajama party was held on Saturday evening; a 
brimch followed on Sundav morning. 




Top row: Ada Broverman, Carol Geerlings, Helen Olson, Judith Leonard, Nancy Mutrhoid, Mary Lindley, Olympia Dyer, Linda Kerr, Owen Cygati, Barbara Hanini, 

Rosalie Parente, Judith Borik, Sue Gorvett, Evalynn Bryant, Barbara Hooser, Evelyn Reeder, Jody Thompson, Susanne Jensen 
Third row: Janet Williams, Sandra Howell, Caria Lehmann, Carol Keasling, Marilyn Higgs, Donna Isted, Loretia Alfonsi, Suzanne Franks, Sally Cleary, Patricia 

O'Loughlin, Elizabeth Lawler, Norene Preston, Judie Paris, Carol Clement, Edith Romnes, Revonda Archer, Dolores Keri, Beverly Arent, Katherine Harris, 

Judith Roudez 
Second row: Florence Clauson, Bee Tan, Paula Silverman, Zvenyslva Vytanovych, Grace Wagner, Kathryn Daly, Beth Pearson, Suzanne Ballou, Patricia Franklin, 

Mrs. Cotter, Diane Tomcheff, Margrel Otto, Rochelle Ezer, Priscilla Thorpe, Janet Parmelee, Nancy Hess, Irene Lange, Marjorie Griffith 
Bottom row: Terry Perschnick, Betty Kastran, Janice Dunlap, Patricia Nolle, Virginia Shive, Margaret Carter, Linda Evans, Diana Fogler, Harriet Dolby 



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Evans Hall 



1115 West Nevada 




mini alumns 



boards and paints 



house decorations 



For "Lollipops lor Two," the fall informal dance, 
couples were attired in "kiddie" costumes; decora- 
tions consisted of lollipo|)s and stuffed animals. The 
winter formal, based on a Christmas theme, was 
given jointly with Busey Hall at the Urbana Elks 
Club. The spring formal was held in Mav on Evans' 
patio. 

The Christmas season featured a house Christmas 
party given by the head resident, Mrs. Alice Cotter. 
Each floor gave a skit, and entertaininent was pro- 
vided by Mrs. Cotter and the graduate assistants. 

An Awards Dinner was held at the end of each 
semester. Recognition was given to all girls who 
had been active in the house activities by engraving 
their names on a plaque. Recf)gnition also was 
given at this time to graduating seniors. 





Top row: Judith Stader, Lynore Rossetti, Betty Palmer, Nyla Nelson, Janet Harter, Maralce Johnsen, Laurel Jones, Erin Feigin, iVVuvdnn i ,r._ , .■>• 

Mary Gillette, Joann Barr, Haven Palmquist 
Third row: Sally Lehman, Jeraldine Young, Beville Geyer, Zo Lum, Candace Cliff -rd, Georgiana Jordan, Linnea Swanson, Carolyn Lindstrom, Rose Czekala, AAina 

/Waish, Frances Sears, Deloris Maulding, Ruth Rechtoris, Donna Reed, Hop > Wilson, Jane Humphrey, Virginia Jankauskas, Artha Loy, Evelyn Jackson 
Second row: Carol Trachtenberg, Marguerite Verley, Cynthia Thompson, Barbara Druhan, Jenna Lambert, Ragnhild Hiscox, Nancy Mathis, Sandra Greenleaf, Patricia 

McKee, Susan Galbraith, Phyllis Piotrowski, Rosemary Suarez, Judith Shipman, Jacquelyn Henry, Beatrice Bien, Marcia Shapiro 
Bottom row: Judith Nelson, Bernadine Bednarz, Perh Hui, Yvonne Means, Jean E3ton, Harriet Smith, Daphan Alsup, Dorothy Norton, Leila Cann, Helen Geroff, 

Ellen Poulos 



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Top row: Sally Davis, Sari Brown, Sharon Adier, Barbara Tobor, Benita AAoline, Marlene Silver 
Second row: Harriette Jacobson, Sharon Frielich, Miss Friedlander, Rozanne Millman, Ettabelle Slutsky 
Bottom row: Phyllis Milter, Elaine Evans, Anne Glickman, Jacquelyn Archer, Donna Ditlove 
Not in panel: Ruth Medwedowsky 



E. K. T. 



1 lO(') West Oregon 



The group of girls wlio formed E.K.T. named it 
Emon Kai Teon, which means "mine and thine." 
The house is owned and operated by the girls liv- 
ing in the house and by their parents. 

The girls put on a skit to entertain their dads on 
Dads Day. The dads reciprocated by acting out 
their own "creations." 

A Christmas party for orphaned and mentally re- 
tarded children was held at the E.K.T. house. The 
party centered around exclianging gifts, singing 
carols, and playing games. During Christmas vaca- 
tion, the girls living in tiie Chicago area had theii 
annual get-together dinner and saw a cinrent stage 
play. 

Heart Sister Week was an important event occur- 
ring in the spring. Each E.K.T. bought small gifts 
ff)r aiiotiier girl in tiie house, and at the end of the 
week tlie Heart Sister's name was revealed. 





Officers — Top row: Sfiaron Frielich, vice president; Phyllis Miller, record- 
ing secretary 

Second row; Harriette Jacobson, freshman adviser; Rozanne Millman, 
president; Sharon Adler, social chairman 

Bottom row; Ettabelle Slutsky, treasurer 



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Top row: Mary Watson, Jane Stutz, Jane House, Joan Lloyd, Kuth Cunningham, Karen Bossert, kosemary bchuster, Barbara Sfrunk, bandra bells 

Third row: Alicia Laible, Vicci Young, Glenna Blunier, Kay Hepler, Mary O'Malley, Carolyn Sumption, Carolyn Anderson, Nancy Hurry, Linda Mooberry, Carol 

Kafcher, Delores Wallace, Georgia Allen 
Second row: Carol McQuilkin, Carol Ufkes, Sharon Hoffmann, Mary Cunningham, JoAnn Gish, Mrs. Stahly, Judith Fahnstrom, Alice Shoger, Virginia Seller, 

Coena Blair, Peggy Mason 
Bottom row: Bonnie Provart, Judith McClane, Kay Reese, Nedra Thomson, Margaret Williams, Mary Schneider, Rosalie Bohnenstiehl, Katherine Hunley, Anne 

Akin, Carol Elson, Jo Putt, Margaret Irwin, Shirley Kessler 





Officers: Peggy Mason, house manager; Alice Shoger, secretary; JoAnn 
Gish, vice president; Judith Fahnstrom, president; Carol Ufkes, 
treasurer; Coena Blair, commissar 



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4-H House 

202 East Green 

Se\eral awards were p,iven during the year at l-H 
House, where the residents are all l-H members jirst 
as they were in 10.11 when the house was lormed. 
.\mong the awards were the activity ring, the service 
ring lor house services, and the Ireslrman scholarship 
ring lor the highest average in that class. All ol these 
awards are given once each semester. 

Next fall, helping to celebrate the twenty-fifth anni- 
versary of 4-H House, there will be a kick-off cam- 
paign to raise fimds for the new house which will be 
built on Ohio Street in the near future. 

Included in this year's spring social program was a 
Little Sis Weekend when the girls' little sisters visited 
the house. An earlier occasion was the Upper Class- 
men Date Dinner given by the freshmen after the 
winter formal. 












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Top row: Shir lee Rich, Carol Let win, Lynn Hamer, Barbara Bass, Carole Hirsch, Eva Mandl. Ilene Ertich, Barbara Fox, Sheila 

Linkow, Claire Kaplan, Gail Miller, Dorene Shulman, Carol Miller 
Third row: Carol Rovin, Beverly Finkelman, Susan Shackter, Rita Brookstone, Helen Levin, Julie Eger, Maureen Mark, Leah Meyer. 

Marcia Novoselsky 
Second row: Rhoda Rosenfeld, Judy Spero, Judith Bleiweiss, Frances Greenspan, Judith Wright, Mrs. Godfrey, Marion Banish, 

ander, Barbara Alexander, Judith Slonim 
Bottom row: Sima Heftel, Myrna Rothbart, Judith Greenfield, Norene Crane, Enid Levinson, Barbara Lazar, Edith Rosenstrock, E 

Lois Rose, Judith TarnofF 



Davis, 


Judee Gelman, Judith 


Leslie 


Blank, Maureen Blank, 


Sandra 


Goiter, Moreen Alex- 


arbara 


Gitler, Sarell Gordon, 



Indeco 



1106 South Third 



Indeco, which was opened in the fall of 1946, is 
governed by a board composed of fathers of the 
girls who \i\e in the house. The name Indeco was 
derived from the word independent. 

Each semester this year Indeco had a Heart Sis- 
ter "Week during Avhich eacii girl gave gifts to her 
"secret sister." The week was climaxed by a party, 
and each girl learned the identity of her Heart Sis- 
ter. The social calendar also included a Board 
Party, Faculty Dinner, Senior Dinner, and Scholar- 
ship Dinner. 

Scholarships were awarded by the Indeco Alum- 
nae Association; the money for these scholarships 
was raised by the alumnae themselves. ,\s a ]3hilan- 
thropic project, the members of Indeco made con- 
tributions to the Combined Jewish .Appeal and to 
I he Hillel Foimdation. 





Officers — Top row: Judith Wright, president; Sandra Goiter, ■freshman 
adviser; Marion Banish, first vice president; Frances Greenspan, 
second vice president 

Bottom row; Judith Slonim, secretary; Judith Bleiweiss, treasurer 



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Officers — Top row: Judith Greenstein, dating chairman; Elaine Krinsley, 

vice president 
Second row: Ruth So'omon, treasurer; Geraldine Suskin, president; Wende 

Feitler, secretary 
Bottom row: Marlene Kempner, social chairman 



Filling a need for campus women who were in- 
terested in organized living, Laurel House was 
established in 1946 as a cooperative house. 

To celebrate Columbus Day, the house officers 
gave a skit and party. A Halloween party found all 
the girls attired in costiunes. 

A special highlight of the annual spring dinner- 
dance was the presentation of awards to outstand- 
ing girls in the house. Trophies were given on the 
basis of campus activities, service to the house, and 
excellence in scholarshiji. 

Giving anonymous gifts for a week to a girl in 
the house was part of Laurel's Heart Sister Week, 
which was held at the beginning of each semester. 
At the close of the week, final gifts and a party were 
given; the identity of each "Heart Sister" was re- 
vealed. 



Laurel House 



SOI Last John 





Top row: Ruth Decker, Muriel Goldsmith, Carol Leaf, Rayna Kaminsky, Ruth Simon, Nancy Singman, Ina Starr, Sheila Agay, Carol Isoe 

Second row: Marcia Friedman, Marlene Kempner, Myrna Jacobson, Ruth Solomon, Judith Greenstein, Geraldine Suskin, Mrs. McDowell, Elaine Krinsley, Corinne 

Epstein, Anita Kleifield, Wende Peltier 
Bottom row: Naomi Javinsky; Linda Kahn, Carol Farber, Eileen Cohn, Elizabeth Sackter, Sharon Berman, Elaine Benjamin, Roslyn Kaplan, Arline Astheimer, Sheila 

Emmerman, Sheila Herbstman 
Not in panel: Velma Klein 



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Leeman Lodge 



809 East John 





Officers — Top row: AAary Lutz, treasurer; Phyllis Delveaux, social chair- 
man; Ruth Pitelka, freshman adviser; Janet Douglas, vice president; 
Carole Hollie, scholarship chairman 

Bottom row: Sandra Spitzer, president 



A "Pop Party" held in the winter was a unique 
event at I.eeman Lodge. Held in conjunction with 
one ol the men's houses, this exchange featureci a 
glowing fire in the fire})lace along with pop and 
popcorn. 

Leeman Lodge entertained children from a near- 
by school at Christmas time. The girls also filled 
baskets with food and gave them to needy families 
in this area. 

A dinner was held to honor those with the high- 
est averages in the house and those with the top 
grades in their respective classes. A Steak and Bean 
Dinner was another event which recognized scholas- 
tic achievements. 

The social calendar was filled with dances as well 
as weekends such as ^^others I^ay and Dads Day. 
Each month a special liirthday Dinner honored 
those members who had a birthday in that month. 




Top row: Harriett Ludwig, Joanne Mathers, Charmaine Michalski, Gail Wood, Judith Feutz, Maureen Conrad, Anita Elder, Carol Kilker, Patricia Cline 

Third row: Janet Ratz, Kathryn Buescher, Margaret Vanderpoorten, Arleen Stelmachowski, Marilyn Karpinski, Maria Rude, Jane Schroeder, Janet Thalmann, Sylvia 

K,irl,ik 
Second row: Mary Keyes, Phyllis Delveaux, Mary Lutz, Sandra Spitzer, Mrs. Hardesty, Janet Douglas, Ruth Pitelka, Carole Hollie, Patricia Schultz 
Bottom row: Audrey Muster, Judith Baldwin, Peggy York, Bette Aimone, Judith Hedger, Marie Giezlemann, Margaret Schabow, Shirley Whilaker, Sandra White 
Not in panel: Jacqueline Richison 



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Officers— Top row: Alice Atteberry, social chairman; Mada Beauchamp, 
corresponding secretary 

Bottom row: Patricia Montgomery, vice president; Karen Strack, secre- 
tary; Sarah Hofsas, president; Ruth Campbell, treasurer 



McKinley Hall was finished in I91.H and was 
named in honor ot Mrs. Hannah McKinley, the 
mother ol William McKinley, whose contribu- 
tions helped to build the hall. The residence is 
presently sharing its building with the I'niversity 
Y.VV.CA., the two groups being governed by a 
single board. 

The members ol McKinley Hall entertained dil- 
terent members ol the taculty and other C^ham- 
paign-Urbana residents as dinner guests several 
times during the year. Senior students were the 
honored guests at the traditional "Senior Breakfast" 
held in the spring. 

In addition to several inlormal dances, two for- 
mal dances were given this year. The Christmas 
dance was given by the senior class, and the juniors 
were in charge of the spring formal. 



McKinley Hall 



801 South Wright 






Top row: Marcia Bradley, Mary DeFrates, Carolyn Fleming, Barbara Peters, Emma Anderson, Linda Kannmacher, Janet Ostermeier, Judith Kannmacher, Marie 
Anderson, Kay Franklin, Barbara Pollack, Joann Cleary, Sandra McArthur, Joanne Spaide, Mary Brodd, Margaret Morton, Anita Gorr, Ricki Szwiec, 
Joy Spartin, Sally Siddens 

Third row: Norma Hill, Naomi Wilson, Judith Lewis, Mary Beauchamp, Judith Delp, Kay Kirk, Martha Coombe, Janis Finley, Carolyn Konneker, Glenda 
Landers, Joan D'Imperio, Joan Lander, Norma Corbett, Mary Peter, Deonna Forman, Beverly Terry, Nancy McMillen, Carol Wood, Mary Arndt 

Second row: Virginia Bolin, Marjorie Swanson, Charlene Prasse, Alice Atteberry, Ruth Campbell, Karen Strack, Sarah Hofsas, Mrs. Stone, Patricia Mont- 
gomery, Mada Beauchamp, Ethel Minor, Dora Lee, Elfa Ozolins, Beverly Schmaedick 

Bottom row: Barbara Hodam, Carol Snyder, Pnyllis Barker, Sarah McKown, Helen Painter, Janice Geschwind, Lois Nestle, Karen Niccum, Glenneth Schall, Bar- 
bara Ostermeier, Nancy Kinney, Mary Smith, Kay Kilbourne, Glenda Marshall, Sandra Summers, Renny Greenwood 

Not in panel: Sarah Robinson, Barbara Beckman, Barbara Dellenback 

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Top row: Judith Harwood, Judith OrndorfF, Grace Papendick, Sandra Dreymiller, Pauline Geglio, Marilyn Schaus, Mary Geissman, Ruth Black, Dixie Minton, 

Marlene Koester, Barbara Kendall, Nancy Norman, Mary Glenney, Judith Pence, Zona Kraft 
Third row: Nancy Wilborn, Sharon Spriggs, Sarah Galbo, Ruth Hoogerwerf, Marian Kadlub, Sharon Reaper, Theresan Healy, Almut Frerichs, Susan Albers, Norma 

Montavon, Jo Cudworth, Ruth Moats, Carolyn McMicken, Sharon Cramer, Paralee Perkins, Marilee Mommsen, Darlene Giuffre, Patricia Davies 
Second row: Claudia Lippert, Mariett McCall, Helen Flewellyn, Roberta Johnson, Evelyn Brown, Marcia Mathy, Margaret Baldwin, Mrs. Daniel, Kirby Johnson, 

Ada Price, Doris Sherer, Yvonne Griffin, Mary Moore, Elizabeth Thut 
Bottom row: Joyce Small, Rosalind Rhoda, Patricia Cady, Anita Baines, Susan Shannon, Patricia McComb, Constance Asper, Constance Kensicki, Carol Pankow, 

Judith Pabin, Doris Olson, Sandra Marlin, Vesta Schwarm, Dolores Golemb, Beverly Mabie 
Not in panel: Dora Craig, Julianne Richardson 



Palamar 



607 East Daniel 



In 1947 a small residence hall for \\omen sprang 
up on the Urbana side of the campus. A contest 
was proposed to find a suitable name for it, and 
one girl suggested the name of a hotel in Euro]je 
where she had stayed. The name — Palamar — be- 
came the official name after a house election. With- 
in a few years it was discovered that the house was 
too small; Palamar pinxhased a new house in 
Champaign in which the residents still live. 

Palamar sponsored two annual dances. Although 
the theme used varies from year to year, the spring 
dance was traditionally a formal and was held out 
of the hotise. 

The imdergraduates cooked and served the an- 
nual Senior Breakfast, which was held to honor 
the graduating seniors. After breakfast, the seniors 
read their wills and prophecies. 




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Officers: Doris Sherer, treasurer; Ada Price, public relations; Evelyn Brown, 
secretary; Kirby Johnson, president; Marcia AAathy, social chairman; 
Margaret Baldwin, vice president 



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Top row; Suzanne Alton, Sondra Pearson, Sally Blacker, Nancy Shipp, Nancy Lantz, Mary Cravens, June Hufchcraft, Marilyn Kating, Jane Lemme, Barbara 
Bailey, Eugenia Smith, Judith Spatz, Martha Johnson, Linda Bullard, Virginia Vida, Patricia Goodmon, Gwendolyn Hayes, Carole Cousley, Barbara Duncan 

Second row: Melva Gage, Wilma Schoeneweiss, Nancy Scott, Terryl Lash, Adele Sellers, Linda Hale, Mrs. Jordan, Sue Bandy, Jean Sumrall, Sylvia Smith, Karen 
Lemme, Nancy Williams 

Bottom row: Jean Bower, Judith Darnall, Carol Crout, Helen Rash, Janice Therien, Judith Tidd, Linda Butler, Kay Overton, Judith McLean, Nancy McKibbin, 
Judith Moreen, Maxine Ayres 

Not in panel: Judith Cotter 



Presby Hall 



405 East John 





OfRcers — Top row: Nancy Shipp, secretary; Linda Hale, president; Sue 

Bandy, vice president; Sally Blacker, freshman adviser 
Bottom row: Mary Cravens, treasurer; Eugenia Smith, social chairman 



The Lyvia Ball Memorial Presbyterian House lor 
\Vomen, left by Mrs. Ball as a memorial to her three 
daughters, has become known through the years as 
Presby Hall. 

One ))hase of life at Presby Hall was shown at the 
breakfast held during the spring to honor the seniors. 
At this breakfast the Grace Welsh Award was pre- 
sented to one of the outstanding senior girls who was 
(hosen on the basis of her contributions to the house. 

Among the year's social events was a party for 
underprivileged children. Another event was the week- 
end the girls invited their little sisters to visit them. 

Another aspect of Presby Hall could be seen at the 
traditional "room teas." Every Thursday night the 
girls got together at these teas for refreshments and 
fun in anticipation of the coming week end. 




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Top row: Earleen Barnes, Marie Tomasic, Dian Krueger, Sandra Koepke, Sandra Young, Karen Schloemer, Gloria Hine, Patty Woodcock, Frances Fuller, Barbara 

Ackland, Idelle Leitner, Deborah Davis, Linda Tomlinson 
Third row: Margaret Buchanan, Barbara Johns, Joy Miller, Grace Lemke, Virginia Hollenbach, Patricia Cole, Janice Hermann, Marilyn Jacobs, Louisa Semerdjian, 

Mary Lewis, Mary Russell, Garland Borne, Carol Boren, Carol Cox, Joan Wilson, Nancy Lanier, Gloria Rajewski, Marcia Wright 
Second row: Linda Weiss, Anne Burnett, Nancy Carlson, Suzanne Tevebaugh, Dorothy Baran, Mrs. DornofF, Janice Camp, Judith Reynolds, Jean Prachar, Judy 

Kahle, Janet Beard, Judith Pietsch 
Bottom row: Ann Ostensen, Jean Wingstrom, Patricia O'Rourke, Barbara Malcolm, Betty Ropp, Norlu Miller, Nancy Curto, Nancy Herman, Sandra Renning, Mary 

Haun, Yolanda Soucie, Barbara Weiss, Mary Hale 



Sherwood Lodge 



3i:} East John 



Sherwood was once the home ot several different 
fraternities on campus, but it was eventually turned 
into a men's independent house. When the house 
changed owners, it was then tinned into a women's 
independent house. Since it had no name, the resi- 
dents were asked to name it. When the choice did not 
meet with the approval of the owners, the problem 
was taken to the assistant dean of women who named 
the residence Sherwood Lodge. 

Living at Sherwood, one woidd encoimter such tra- 
ditions as the Christmas dinner where the girls take 
over tiie kitchen duties and serve the waiters, dish- 
washers, cook, and maid. Other annual affairs include 
the Christmas tea for members of the lacidty. the 
house Scholarship Dirmer. and the I^eans' Dinner in 
the spring. 





Officers — Top row: Suz,innf T 

chairrtian; Janice Camp, vic 

Bottom row; Dorothy Baran, pr 



veh.Hicih, secretary; Judy Kahle, social 
pri'sidont 
sidcnt; Nancy Carlson, treasurer 



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Officers— Top row: Janet Rutherford, commissar; Joanne Miller, vice 

president; Donna Chiles, chaplain 
Bottom row: Mary Carter, house manager; Karen Kelly, president; Anita 

Boughan, social chairman 



Stratford House was founded in 1919 for the 
purpose of allowing Baptist women to live to- 
gether cooperatively. It is still closely connected 
with the Baptist Student Foundation, where house 
members devote much of their time. Stratford 
House itself is an exact replica of the house in 
which William Shakespeare lived in Stratiord-on- 
Avon, and thus it received its name. 

A unique Stratford tradition, which was repeated 
again this year, is their Ides of March Banquet. 
Held on the order of the old Roman banquets, 
dinner was served to members who lovmged on 
cushions. 

Other traditions carried out at Stratford this year 
included a tea in honor of their house mcjther, an 
Easter breakfast, scholarship and birthday ban- 
quets, and the annual St. Pat's dance. 



Stratford House 



.SI 2 East Daniel 






Top row: Betty Chan, Phyllis Younger, Sandra Spitzer, Mardelle Krier, Wai Chin, Mary Connor, Marylan Hubbard, Madolyn Carlson, Carolyn Grace, Barbara 

Fitzgerald 
Second row: Nancy Berry, Diana Chiles, Sandra McCaslin, Dorothy Wood, Janet Warner, Danielle Burton, Marilyn Hawkins, Bonnie Fuller, Margaret Hyink, 

Barbara Crump, Loretta Jones 
Bottom row: Joyce Loofbourrow, Virginia Anderson, Janet Rutherford, Donna Chiles, Karen Kelly, Mrs. Minton, Joanne Miller, Anita Boughan, Mary Carter, 

Jeanne Bleuer 

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Wescoga 



909 West Illinois 






Officers: Harriet Albin, first vice president; Shirley Jones, secretary; 
Priscilla Berganio, president, Barbara Ingold, treasurer; Mary Piper, 
second vice president; Ruth Miller, social chairman 



In the spruig ol 1912, twelve girls who had met 
at Wesley Foundation decided to organize a co- 
operative house. The result ot their efforts was 
Wescoga, or Wesley Cooperative tor Girls. The 
lujuse w'as actually planned as an experiment in 
living together with girls ot diflerent religions. 
Since then, Wescoga has been tlie campus home ot 
many girls ot ditterent races and religions. 

.\tter the girls finished their tall house cleaning, 
they collected many items to give to the Good Will 
Society. 

This year's social program included two parties 
with Wesmen, Wescoga's brother house, and one 
Heart Sister Week each semester. During Heart 
Sister Week, each girl did a good deed every day 
tor another girl; the names of these "Heart Sisters" 
were revealed at a banquet which brought the week 
to a close. 




Top row: Virginia Marker, Carol Piper, Alice Gruen, Mary Geheber, Alice Gardner, Barbara Voss, Theressa Stratton, Amy Butler 

Third row; Sally Burrell, Arlenc DeWaele, Eleanor Masters, Patricia Armentrout, Jane Anderson, Arlene Tutfle, Margaret Eyer, Jacltlyn Mesenbrink 

Second row: Barbara Ingold, Shirley Jones, Harriet Albin, Priscilla Berganio, Mary Piper, Ruth Miller, Nadine Covert, Mary Garlich 

Bottom row: Jean Hughes, Elizabeth McHose, Mary Campbell, Margaret Smith, Kayetta Sinks, Barbara Kumler 



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officers — Top row: Leah Stolman, secretary; Aviva Katz, social chairman; 

Marguerite Davis, president; Hope Clark, committee coordinator 
Bottom row: Nancy Kim, vice president; Sandra Ayers, treasurer 



Allen Residence Hall was named for Louise C. 
Allen, the first woman faculty member and the first 
preceptress for women. This residence is one of the 
newest meiribers of the University housing groups. 
Ground was broken for the building in 1955. Part 
of it was opened in September, 1957, but the entire 
hall was not open initil January, 1958. 

The actual organization of Allen Hall is quite 
similar to that of L.A.R. Both have separate gov- 
ernments for the two different divisions— North and 
South. Allen Hall, which has accommodations for 
about six hundred sixty girls, is larger than L.A.R. 

There is no physical separation of Allen Hall's 
two divisions as there is at L.A.R. At Allen, most of 
the events and activities are held jointly by North 
and South. 



Allen Residence^ 
North 



1 005 W^est Gregory 





Top row: Julia Fmley, Donna Dillon, Diana West, Joyce Glinz, Brenda Sigman, Dorothy Damrow, Mary Roe, Lois Giese, Linda Wakefield, Rita Lindemann, Joyce Heid- 
inger, Gaila Grubb, Geraldine Davies, Judy Lynch, Nancy Maas, Judith Osborn, Barbara Albright, Judith Kennedy, Judith Lang, Judy Eisler, Mary Gardinier, Sharron 
Olenick, Honey Goldberg, Lynne Ruza, Eleanor Falkenstein, Susan Moshier 

Fifth row: Charlene Gabbert, Joan Rinken, Maureen Lowe, Sandra Rosenbloom, Mary Haferkamp, Sharron Gibbons, Judith Franzen, Judith Harris, Diane Wehrmeister, 
Ardith Green, Constance Alexander, Carol Dudley, Karen Julander, Mary Theobald, Dorothy Bromberg, Rosalind Lieber, Janet Kanter, Patricia Edwards, Marjorie 
Shagam, Mary Stengel, Janet Lanfz, Elaine Kropp, llena Abrams, Joan Cesal 

Fourth row: Judith Simon, Faye O'Kean, Helen Fligelman, Marjorie Schlapp, Barbara Busch, Carolyn Moses, Judith Schwartz, Mary Chapman, Donna Nowack, Elaine Stein, 
llene Hoppe, Alice Cole, Karen Hall, Marykay O'Grady, Barbara Kaplan, Irene Pilafas, Carolyn Winstead, Janice Gangwer, Abby Dubrow, Joyce Kortanek, Carolyn 
Burkle, Mary Byrne, Dorothy Dommermuth, Sylvia Reed, Sara Hoye, Frances Ebisu, Elaine Schindel, Doris Riedemann, Sherry Lund, Pat Riordan, Linda Passent 

Third row: Arlene Dunne, Sharon Feldman, Judith Killian, Vivian McMullin, Nancy Crouse, Martha Urbas, Phyllis JafTe, Maureen Wolf, Sylvia Washtien, Aviva Katz, Sue 
Horowitz, Cynthia Hosken, Nancy CofFman, Catherine Zakas, Cynthia Zung, Adrienne Witkin, Laurie Frank, Sandra Curtis, Carol Schreiner, Patricia McCormick, 
Carole Fris, Kathrine Travaglio, Judith Draznik, Jeanne Slovacek, Elizabeth Childs, Arlene Patton, Judith Hord, Bayla Skibell, Rosalind Coppersmith, Mary Harmon 

Second row: Diane Loomis, Kathleen Collins, Audrey Menges, Julie Bartolo, Harriet Stemme, Paula Grant, Marsha Hearst, Sylvia Schwartz, Sally Gelstein, Marilyn Day, 
Andrea Friedman, Barbara Pinsky, Judith Goldstein, Millicent Gordon, Brenda Schwartzburt, Gail Hoffenberg, Kathleen Naughton, Linda Zickgraff, Dorothy Bell, 
Linda Krimmel, Beverly Addis, Gail Gordon, Joyce Goodman, Shirley Alter, Carolyn Berger, Joan Kalman, Joan Woltzen, Sharon Goldman, Bonnie Stemple 

Bottom row: Bernice Puchkoff, Ellen Warren, Joanne Eby, Terry Libman, Glenda Gladville, Evelyn Wolff, Joyce Singerman, Harriet Greenberg, Lynne Alderman, Nancy 
Schwarcz, Sonja Coate, Gail Jones, Nikki Muskat, Suzanne Fischer, Nancy Singer, Kathleen McGinnis, Hope Clark, Sandra Smith, Elizabeth Montagno, Arlene Ein- 
binder, Karen HIetko, Jean Simmons, Loretta Ottwell, Sandra Fee, Lucy Baker, Helen Hikido, Adrienne Behrstock, Jane Jefferson 

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Top row: Barbara Haimbaugh, Jane Murray, Elinore Neeleson, Allene Burtis, Bonnie Matz, Claudia Arnold, Martha Miller, Eileen Btoom, Jane Miller, Sara McMur- 
trie. Norma DeardorfF, Judith Rotter, Sharon Sanders, Karia Peterson, Barbara Barnes, Barbara Gilby, Nola McGuire, Mary Lanter, Mary Gaitens 

Fifth row: Eileen Schreiber, Elaine Kasen, Arlene O'Sheff, Martha Kielhorn, Phyllis Mack, Sally Fritz, Karen Middleton, Georganne Penwell, LaDonne Bener, Louise 
Swenson, Karen Scheirman, Sally Brubeck, Barbara Evers, Judith Crook, Helen Rolston, Carol Strickland, Yvonne Jeffries, Adrienne Gordon, Phyllis Levine, 
Doris Katz, Shirley Kroencke, Elinor Lerner, Joyce Goldberg 

Fourth row: Geraldine Hoffman, Adrianne Nudelman, Patricia Helm, Mari Davison, Yvonne Vish, Barbara Jones, Mary Ryan, Sharon Neemann, Marjorie Brown, 
Virginia Zachgo, Patricia Murphy, Cecelia Adams, Joan Branch, Tanya Cohen, Claudette Pochel, Jennie Holmes, Barbara Louthan, Roberta Cook, Suzanne 
Aaron, Ina Penn, Barbara Polisky, Marlena Baldridge, Mauriene Crystal 

Third row: Susan Hughes, Olga Ercegovac, Betty Eiseman, Rita Roy, Judith Roberts, Myrna Loring, Lynda Daron, Mariorie Sullins, Sharon Russakov, Margaret 
Pokorny, Dorothy Vanderbilt, Ann Armstrong, Cherie Mertens, Arlene Dothum, Annemarie Klink, Barbara Carbon, Paula Rice, Rosalind Zisook, Suzanne 
Friedmann, Carol Singer, Carolyn Briggs, Susan Booth, Judith Gordon, Marlene Feinstein, Annamary Donovan, Almyra Havenhill 

Second row: Darlene Manthei, Sharon Cassell, Bonita Melnick, Ruth Hadler, Marilyn Breeze, Virginia Howard, Zelinda Bennett, Jeannie Rittenberg, Janet Ellis, 
Delores Korcsog, Ruth Edwards, Ruth Keil, Valerie Neville, Joyce Cleaver, Harriet Rovick, Vivian Kolton, Donna Johnston, Patricia Skubisz, Marlene Owczar- 
zak, Frances Radis, Elizabeth Zohrer, Jean Hunt, Judith Lutzhoff, Linda Light 

Bottom row: Judith Mitchell, Mary Poag, Harriet Chase, Caria Walborg, Susan Alexander, Sondra Sapora, Jeanette Wissmiller, Diane Schaack, Joan Marchant, Patri- 
cia Rapes, M3rtha Lasterie, Donna Kaiserman, Miss Farrar, Barbara Less, Marsha Kain, Adrienne Zahler, Rochelle Berkovitz, Bonnie Uhiir, Nancy Minnis, Judy 
Seegall Mildred Rappaport, Valdina Fink, Doris Klein, Beryl Smith, Rochelle Graber 



Alien Residence^ 
South 

1005 \Vest Gregory 

Each semester, as a group project, Allen Hall con- 
tributes |50 to the Dean of Women's Emergency 
Fund which pro\i(les immediate aid to undergrad- 
uate women. Funds for this donation are incor- 
porated in the semesterly dues paid by each resi- 
dent. 

Early in the second semester, Allen Hall held a 
Scholarship Banquet to honor those who had ex- 
celled in this field. Recognition was given to every 
one achieving over a ^.0 the previous semester. 
Those ^v'ho earned over a 4.5 recei\ed a flower, a 
rose at South ami a carnation at North. Those over 
a 4.75 received a scholarship pin. 

Traditional events included an Activity Recogni- 
tion Dinner held once a semester and a junior-Sen- 
ior Brunch. Another tradition at Allen was the in- 
stallation ol new olhcers dining Mothers Day Week- 
end. 





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loy Kroencke, vice 



Officers — Top row I'k' r( I -, i ■ i[ . n i. i if. i 

pri'sldcnt; N.IIKV lllonipiun, pii:,Kl<lll 

Bottom row: Judith Braun, social chairman; Juditli Hildonlir.ind, committee 
coordinator, Mory Gerspacher, secretary 



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Top row: Susan Stover, Sandra Demerjian, Joyce Adams, Naomi Brown, Dorothy Coburn, Diane Kloth 

Fourth row: Carol Rubin, Ophelia Jablonski, Carol Clasky, Sara Samson, Marjorie Dodd, Elona Sherman, Judith Lang, Diane Parrish, Rita Wells, AAarcia Murray, 

Marilyn Austin, Louise Weisberg 
Third row: Katherine Cooper, Nancy Wilt, Gloria Laner, Elizabeth Sonnemann, Marilyn Anderson, Sara Wold, Deborah Johnson, Margaret John, Judith Bass, Tema 

Rimland, Jo Neely, Jeanette Howard, Ardeth Clawson 
Second row; Judith Peterson, Sarah Burke, Una Gremmels, Mary Jenkins, Margaret Jepson, Marjorie Kastel, Brenda Cudzik, Anita Gaura, Myrna Schriftman, Mary 

McQuire, Patricia Holly, Gloria Copp, Ethel Person, Simone Gold 
Bottom row: Phyllis Voy, Nancy Wisdom, Laura Shanks, Mrs. Grinnelle, Miss Connell, Bonnie Byrns, Patricia Wallace, Janet Lindquist, Carol Carlson, Virginia 

Hubert, Ruth Kramer, Ann Montgomery, Grace Dvorak, Virginia Wesoloski, Eleanor Zusel, Joyce Stein, Dorothy Huisinga 




Lincoln Avenue 
Residence, North 



1005 Soulii Lincoln 





Officers — Top row: Carole Kosvick, treasurer; Phyllis Voy, comrrTittee co- 
ordinator; Harriette Ellman, vice president 

Eoftom row: Karen Person, social chairman; Janice Keren, president; Joan 
Ernst, secretary 



Approxinialely five lunuhctl girl>> reside at Lincoln 
Avenue Residence Hall which was, ot course, named 
lor its location. L.A.R. is organized into two separate 
divisions— North and South. Each division has its own 
goNcrnnient, which consists ol a Hall Board in( hiding 
all ol the major officers. The two divisions hold sep- 
arate house meetings; issues which concern the entire 
building are discussed at a joint Hall Board meeting. 

Many of North's yearly events are held in conjunc- 
tion with South, but some are not. L.A.R. North had 
a distinctive Senior Breakfast for which the seniors 
were served steaks as a mid-morning snack. Both 
L.A.R. North and Soiuh had a Recognition Dinner 
at the end of each semester to honor those who hail 
contributed in some way to ihe house. Seniors were 
honored here, too. 




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Top row: Carol Jacobson, Marlha Brieser, Patricia Butler, Tania Stringer, Judith Vukelich, Judith Ohison, Marguerite Frank, Margot Wien, Carol Pierson, Judith 

Adams, Ingrid Johansson 
Sixth row: Helene Neer, Charlotte Macy, Phyllis Hansen, Sandra Ford, Ardeth Erickson, Thelma Sterling, Kathleen Smith, Gretchen Zeigler, Judy Macafee, Adrienne 

Englehardt, Pat Peterson 
Fiflh row: Gail Garvey, Wanda Robinson, Donna Lawrence, Marilyn Wilson, Judith Beason, Barbara Rossman, Janet Reagan, Ruth Olson, Cora Grabill, Marilyn 

Simpson, Meredith Dykstra, Nola Deimer, Lynda Feldman, Marcia Klopferd, Carol Towner 
Fourth row: Beverly Hufford, Joyce Handler, Jeanne Hollman, Judi Shoffman, Kalherine McElroy, Harriet Arfa, Marion Bachenheimer, Joan Budick, Rosalind 

Cooper, Karen Bohart, Rebecca Smith, Mary Willis, Phyllis Appell, Merle Chubin, Carolyn Lorber 
Third row: Arline Essenberg, Janice Wetzel, Roberta Sax, Gwendolyn Davies, Susan Budinger, Sandi Daskal, Alice Bauling, Rosemary Kowalesik, Diane Nasiatka, 

Jewell Gaston, Cleo Neeley, Florie Zide, Joan Page, Arline Kaiser 
Second row: Janet Little, Linda Ayers, Patricia Hambright, Cynthia Allen, Charlotte Smith 
Bottom row: Sandra Block, Sharon Kaplan, Carol Frank, Joan Bergman, Judie Goldman, Rae Lesser, Adrienne Friedman, Iris Cooper, Mildred Clark, Eleanore Storm 



Lincoln Avenue 
Residence, South 



1005 South Lincoln 



L.A.R. North and South sponsored jointly one 
formal and one informal dance each semester. 
These dances were held in North's dining rootii, 
while refreshments were served in South's dining 
room. Smaller social events, such as exchanges, were 
held separately. 

Last fall L.A.R. South held a carnival for which 
each corridor constructed a booth and entered the 
competition. The booths were judged on original- 
ity and attraction of the greatest number of people. 
These booths contained stunts such as a turtle race 
and a balloon shaving contest. 

Both North and South honored the outstanding 
activity girls by having the names of these girls in- 
scribed on a house plaque. This plaque is kept in 
the house library. Girls may earn this honor by 
participating in either house or campus activities. 






Officers — Top row: Rebecca Burkett, treasurer; Maxine Mach, conir^iittee 

coordinator 
Bottom row: Hilde Sauter, vice president; Cynthia Allen, president; 

Adrienne Englehardt, secretary; Patricia Hambright, social chairman 



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Top row: Karen Fredriksen, Martha Buxton, Helga Einde, Barbara Paul, Jeanette Koop, Judith Horowitz, Lois Hogrefe, Leatrice Edwards, Brucetta Hower, Frsya 

Blitstein, Elizabeth Hamilton, Arleen Hunter, Judith Carlson, Florette O'Connor 
Fifth row: Elaine Sukman, Eleanor Beauchamp, Jennie Boston, Linda Tison, Judith Green, Robin Ruth, Barbara Kierstead, Phyllis Ditchman, Susan Kott, Donna Rose, 

Linda Johnson, Judy Robinson, Sara Hanover, Janice Farmer, Suzanne Geller 
Fourth row: Patricia Long, Corinne Podlesak, Hella Luide, Barbara Wenberg, Karen Holzhauser, Clara Redin, Emma Saline, Audrey Dawson, Esther Mozinski, 

Harrietfe Ellman, Joan Ernst, Nancy Lord, Shirley Lewis, Judy Slotnikoff, Dabra Pickman, Regina Firant 
Third row: Sandra Yazarian, Joyce Wold, Gail Emiund, Barbara Tripp, Ella Flores, Sandra Finney, Jane Wechter, Nancy Semrad, Barbara Hartstein, Paula Feinberg, 

Carol Kosvick, AAillicent Bissi, Carol Huszar, Karen Towie, Sylvia Zupnik, Janice Keren, Zibute Doba, Sarah Muecke 
Second row: Helen Reed, Carol Dixon, Suzanne Menz, Phyllis Kramer, Janet Olschwang, Alice Gregory, Ellen Greengard, Catherine Trojanus, lona Pelzman, 

Sandra Slutzkin, Launa Cramer, Sandra Giller, Ina Kaplan, Adrienne Sebre^y, Beatrice AAillner, Sandra Goldberg, Phyllis Posner 
Bottom row: Lois Chait, Linda Bloom, Heddie Solomon, Edyce Stern, Ruth Smilgis, Dorothy David, Sandra Bartholmey, Karen Wanless, Renee Yoger, Lynn Kreiman, 

Ellen Walker, Melanie Tannenbaum, Ellen Walker, Sherree Gonsky, Janet Greenberg 



Lincoln Avenue Residence, North 



1005 South Lincoln 



Lincoln Avenue Residence, South 



1005 South Lincoln 



Top row: Roberta Bliss, Judy Schruber, Beryl Shapiro, Felice Koloms, Linnea Pearson, Lyia Morine, Cynthia Hawkins, Patricia Link, Sue Robinson, Gloria Langen- 

feld, Aimee Merriam 
Fifth row: Mildred Schwab, Aldona Walker, Evelyn Kaminskas, Grazina Gudaitls, Gene Rimkus, Ruth Joiner, Peggy Scott, Kayla Chase, Dorothy Feldman, Mary 

Ricketts, Judy Frankland, Lois Stoker, Barbara Meyers, Martha Rotter, Monty Dixon 
Fourth row: Elinor Gore, Judy Zasadil, Maxine Mack, Barbara Fleeger, Marilyn Berkowitz, Glenda Eshleman, Jeanne Blume, Karen Korthauer, Bethany Hage, Jane 

Kinser, Margaret Stevenson, Juanita Jacob, Shelley Kaplan, Beverly Sherer, Alice Bernards, Diana Jecmen, Joan Hempel 
Third row: Janet Dowdy, Roberta Schwartz, Rochelle Lichtenstein, Nancy Tseng, Marilyn Evans, Nancy Lindquist, Janet Hoelzel, Patricia Gould, Mtrka Mejzr, Myrna 

Kaplan, Mary Divan, Katherine Kiendl, Libbe Horvich, Roberta Lakin, Sharon Partel, Margo Boruszak 
Second row: Joyce Ogura, Cynthia Schwartz, Adrienne Rosen, Verna Gefter, Sandra Grassi, Mary Ryan, Barbara Kramer, Marlene Moll, Claretta Brizendine, Hylene 

Stiefel, Andrea Bernstein, Joan Popp, Sandra Posner, Sheila Posner, Marianne Gudas, Joyce Kroupa 
Bottom row: Rebecca Burkett, Meryl Berger, Bonita Snyder, Gail Solomon, Leilani Ayson, Joan Kotfila, Karen Rosenzweig, Janet Skaare, Sara Dempsey, Kay 

Vozeniiek, Sally Grimes, Margie Schaefer, Kay Sippel, Nancy Wilson, Harriet Weinberg 



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Top row: Barbara Kruse, Joanne Nsmec, Muriel Garvin, Karen Kuncl, Judith Weeks, Sharron Vondracek 
Second row: Mary Wehner, Nelda Thompson, Judith Burt, Mary Cowan, Gertrude Buchta, Vivian Bass 

Bottom row: Louise Volkstorf, house manager; Susanne Campbell, secretary-treasurer; Phoebe Burt, Mrs. Real, Kathleen Redington, president; Ruth Townsend, 
social chairman 



Alpha House 



1207 W'csi Springfickl 



Beta House 



!)()] South Lincoln 



Top row: Wilma Hollenback, Margaret Hyden, Carol Winters, Marilynn Brov^/n, Mrs. Anderson, Evelyn Rupprecht, Marilyn Mitchell, Barbara Schubert, Barbara Postal 
Second row: HMdegard Ulbrich, scholarship chairman; Judith Gabel, Carolyn Tullis, vice president; Susan Rypslat, president; Eleanor Shook, secretary-treasurer; 

Georgia Lurie, Mary Kyalla, social chairman 
Bottom row: Judith Lake, Frankie McNelly, Jacqueline Wilhelmsen, Mary Hoge, Patricia Black, Patsy Pollard, Margaret Burns 












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Top row; Barbara Pullman, Nancy Van Curo, Patr;cia Rollins, Mary Schnobrich, Margaret Simak, Elizabeth Evarn, Marguerite Balton, Gail Hecht, Pauline Quinci, 
Judith Bayer 

Second row; Nancy Kohner, Constance Argires, Christine Buzdygan, Beverly Barr, president; Mrs. Ross, Katherine Goldberg, Joyce Gloppe, Sophie Sarlas, 
Joyce Snyder 

Bottom row; Barbara Glow, Barbara Harrison, Jean Hamilton, Mary Bieschke, Jolene Lansen, Sandra Gierke, Maria Scoofakes 

Not in panel: Barbara Drinnon, Karm Ekdahl, Marietta Herweg, Barbara IsakofF, Barbara Jensen, Judith Klepinger, Bette McCullough, Masayo Nishimura, Mere- 
dith Osman, Helen Pan, Jean Rushton, Lois Schauer, Marlene Schopp, Alice Sklenicka, Pat Twohig 



Birch Hall 



1112 Soutli Second 



Gamma House 

1210 West Springfield 



Top row: Linda Bezdek, vice presidenthouse manager; Patricia Cramer, Helen Maurer, president; Mary Knight, Jane Fitzgerald, Cynthia Chlebickl 

Second row; Bonnie Vanbuskirk, Diana Carter, Mrs. Garrard, Delena Jameson, secretary-treasurer; Ruth Kiddoo 

Bottom row: Judith Anderson, Cynthia Browne, social chairman; Kheali Nandy, Marcia Cook, Georgie Swartz, Janet Evans 



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Top row: Carolyn Shettron, Nancy Kirk, Sarah Gipson, Ada Sutker, Joanne Lowery, Callene Hicks, Nancy Douglas 
Second row; Patricia McKinney, Judith Lemna, vice president; Ann Sachs, president; Barbara Palmer, treasurer; Sara Ulr 
Pritam 



h'ritam 
Bottom row: Judith Craft, Carol Johnson, Judith Anderson, Maryanne Zawacki, Jane Ward 
Not in panel: Kathryn Dieterich, Karen Doughty, Virginia Tearjen, Patricia Beadles, Eleanor Varner 



secretary; Mary Kiellgren, Bebe 



Hoste House 



9(),S West Nevada 



Lowry Lodge 

1007 South Fifth 



Top row: Diane Lipinnski, June Raymond, Margie Keele, Judith Franzen, Donna Kaspervik, Elvira Moldt 

Second row: Marlene Muenfzer, Constance Ashmore, Joanna Norris, Sharon Reeves, Virginia Anton, Mary Millea, Martha Naylor, Carol Lilley 
Bottom row: Sandra Young, Mary Huntley, social chairman; Mary Sfefanich, vice president; Patricia Matsumoto, president; Irene Paulius, secretary; Mary Eng, 
treasurer 







Top row: Betty Wilk, Vivien Lee, Ellen Homann, Diane Deeg, Marcella Wennmacher, Marietta Hamilton 

Third row: Loretta Zimmerman, Marjorie Baker, Irmgard Pesler, Laura Heffley, Mary Gabbert, Carole Grant, Jeanne Frederick, Dolores Karmeier, Jacqueline Jones 

Second row: Kay Oltmanns, treasurer; Norma Strube, commissar; Priscilla Laird, president; Mrs. Neilson, Anne Price, vice president; Deloris Gregory, Frances 

Meinders, secretary; Marilyn Petke, social chairman 
Bottom row: Ellen Hand, Cheryl Fuerst, Gladys Zirbel, Bonnie Dammerman, Janice Mailand, Barbara Oettel, Eleanor Ober, Judith Laird 
Not in panel: Kay Asay 



Philea 

■10^ East John 



Vanlig 

506-508 East Daniel 



'w: Linaa reiers, Lucia oacKus, verna kjoaman, Grace Lasterie, Barbara Van Voorst, Marian Baker, Sara Richards, Ruth Holstrum, Nadine Everett, Karen 
Pomirko, Carol Brown, Gunduz Dagdelen, Loretta Tsai, Jeanne Kushino 

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Top row: Linda Peters, Lucia Backus, Verna God 

Pomirko, Carol Brown, Gunduz Dagdelen, LoreTTa isai, Jeanne ^usnln( 
Second row: Rachel Jarboe, Ortrud Conrad, Vida Lucas, Barbara Barnstable, tn 



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. ,_ _ __ __ ., ,,^u u^^^.«J, i^u.^u.u u^«..,j.u«,^, treasurer; Mrs. Rohl, Jeanine Elliot, president; Jeanette Roth, vice president; Darlene 

Clever, secretary; Martha Wollenweber, social chairman; Frances Ige, Virginia Hayes 
Bottom row: Jo Larkin, Maija Debels, Shirley Courtois, Lenore Gustafson, Barbara Hardy, Barbara Lapington, Charlene Mortell, Aldona Avizienis, Rosalie Moss 
Not in panel: Mary Rafferty, scholarship chairman; Colleen Moriarlty, commissar; Phyllis Fox, Mary Doyle, Mary Zilla, Ann Livingston, Margaret Reiman, Dorothy 
Schoening, Donna Tredrea, Marjorie Young, Anja Kuoppala, Marcia ZIpay 



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Greeks and Projects... 
Competition and Fun 




endless meetings . . . detailed plans 
rewarding week . 



busy committees 





exhausting races . . . startled prize . 
partners . . . 



. winning 




highest honors . . . returning alumns . . . artistic talent 
. . . wearisome labor . . . 



blaring jazz . . . Sheequon fever , . . big-show prevues . 



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Officers— Top row: Maurice Jones, secretary; Jimmy Keune, social chair- 
man; Marshall Mabie, treasurer 

Bottom row: Robert Smith, rush chairman; Ronald Fickel, president; 
Kent Francis, vice president 



Acacia Irateinity's wiiiiei iormal, where the 
Sweetheart ol Acacia was crowned, was set in its 
tracUtional atmosphere ol an early English manor 
house Christmas. The Old Englisli design oi the 
chapter house, enhanced by pine boughs, holly, 
and mistletoe, added to this theme. 

Acacia's annual lend with Alpha Kappa Lambda, 
a year-lcjng event scored on a point basis, included 
athletic: events, scholarship, and Sachem Sing. IMiis 
"Iriendly lend" came to a climax at the Feud 
Dance in the early spring. 

Help Week activities included a community pro- 
ject which stressed Himian Service, cMie ol the basic 
ideals ol the Ira tern ity. 

llie national Acacia Scholarship Fund and the 
H. Carl Wolf IVfemorial Scholarship Fund were 
awarded, the latter being available only to mem- 
bers ol the Illinois chapter. 



Acacia 

501 East Daniel 
■1.5 Active Chapters 








Top row: Dave Maconiber, Stuart Relter, Roy Vanostrand, Roger Gulicl^, Joseph Dowell, James Hockenhull, Bela Sander, David Kuhn, Rober 

Hunsaker, David Schutz, William Dunham, Douglass Sparks, Miles Hyde, Walter Bergfleld, James Degenford 
Third row: William Adams, Robert James, Gerald Shriver, Max Schmidt, Jerry Riva, John Reutter, Harold Birkey, Edward Ashley, George V 

George Adams, Joel Hall, Conrad Lantz, James Tucker, Hovyard Pratt, Kent Kelling 
Second row: Roger Evans, James Banton, Clifford Nelson, Lloyd Allison, Charles Wolven, Robert Harmon, Maurice Jones, Jimmy Keune, R 

shall Mabie, Kent Francis, Robert Smith, John Corliss, David Gbodmon, Ronald Wright 
Bottom row: Law^rence Kuzela, Sherman Reiter, Chester Michell, James Peter, Richard Brown, Kenneth Smith, Bruce Wheeler, Wade Carll 

Robert Schmidt, Richard James, Birger Nyborg, David Alder 
No) in panel: Jerome Canadiy, Joseph Phebus, John Mehrholz, William Carlock, Larry Lewis, Richard Baker, Ronald Draper, Kenneth 

Norton, Carl Abegg 



t Creviston, David 
rgil, John Revell, 
onald Fickel, Mar- 
David Gardiner, 
Bowers, Stephen 

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Top row: Robert Hodge, Ronald Weber, Lawrence Lincoln, Gary Otine, Donald Morrison, Wayne Stephens, Leonard Kemp, William Torma, George Brooke, 

William Laird 
Third row: Charles Mullett, Nelson Gremmels, William Yontz, William Brahms, Raymond Schroeder, George Thompson, Jeffrey Foote, Edward Sweda, George 

Sellers 
Second row: George Geis, Kenneth Bonnem, George Loschky, Edward Blahous, John Weisenberger, Richard Buesinger, Paul Gaskins, William Sullivan, 

Robert Behnke 
Bottom row: Donald Bixby, Phillip Arnholt, Jeff Golin, Gregory Leigh, Robert Phillips, Donald Portschy, Gerald Gregory, Terrance Romack, Charles Healy 
Not in panel: Gerald Wilson, Edward Kionka 



Alpha Chi Rho 

31 1 East Armory 
24 Acti\e Chapters 



This year, as in the past, the seniors oi Alpha 
Chi Rho carved their names in the tops of the wooden 
benches which are a part ot the living room furniture. 
As each bench top is filled it is stored away and re- 
placed by a new one. These bench tops eventually 
will be used to panel some room in the house. 

All those who attended the Crow's "Cave Man 
Drag" had to enter the house through a basement 
tunnel instead of coming in the door. The interior 
of the house was in the form of a huge cavern which 
even sported stalagmites and stalactites. 

An important spring house fimction was the annual 
baseball game and picnic with the Purdue Chapter of 
Alpha Chi Rho. A central location, one convenient 
for both chapters, is always chosen for this event. 






Officers— Top row: Edw.iid Kioiik,i, soci.il ch.nmi.Ki Idward Blahous, 
vice president; John Weisenberger, president; Richard Buesinger, 
chaplain 

Bottom row: George Loscliky, treasurer; George Geis, secretary 



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Top row: David Brown, John Lundsten, William Sawtell, Paul Mortenson, Michael Keenan, Velez Arias 

Fourth row Donald Ruff, Richard Brewer, William Novak, Joseph Halasz, Albert Herman, Velio Kulbin, Robert Thomas, Kenneth Cecil, William Houser 

Third row: David Bowers, Ronald Gehrke, Howard Peters, Walter Baran, Frank Herhold, Larry Pugsley, Alvin Telle, Kenneth Opal, Richard Schwartz, David 

Irish, Jerry Stout, Timothy Swain 
Second row: Max Berns, Donald Ulrich, John Brandenberger, Donald MacArthur, James Saer, Frederick Tammen, Charles Mosher, John Kibler, Claude Myers 
Bottom row: David Northen, Kirkland Kreutzig, John Burnside, John LeVan, James Button, Wadsworlh Giller, Bruce Conroy, Roger Green, Thomas Leddy, 

John Martin 
Not in panel: John Harper, Richard Kolar, Edward NIehus, Richard Vanderlinden 



Alpha Delta Phi 



310 East John 
28 Active Chapters 





Officers— Top row: David Bowers, corresponding secretary; Donald 

Ulrich, treasurer; James Saer, house manager 
Bottom row: John Brandenberger, president; Donald MacArthur, social 

chairman; Max Berns, vice president 



Alpha Delta Phi was originally a literary Ira- 
ternity. Active members still carry out this tradition 
each semester by writing papers which pertain to 
the traternity or to the Inter-Fraternity system. 

Dads Day has a special meaning for the Alpha 
Delts at Illinois because their chapter was the first 
fraternity in the nation to hold a special weekend 
[or fathers. This idea has s])read over the campus 
and to other schools throughout the nation. 

Heading this ye;ir's social calendar was the tra- 
ditional semi-formal pledge dance, the Historical 
Triad, given with Delta Kappa Epsilon and Psi 
Upsilon. Another social highlight was the annual 
"Roman Holiday" held in the spring. The house 
was decorated with Roman statues and columns for 
the event, and all guests wore togas. 




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Top row: Irwin Singer, Russell Davis, Gary Silverman, Ronald Robbins, Howard Sinton, David Russ. Allan Carne;', Jack Rosenthal, Rxhard Rosenfield, Charles Gold- 
stein, Perry Goldberg, Michael Joss, David Kirshner, Leslie Sussman, Lawrence Feingold, Ronald Tarrson 

Third row: Abbey Silverstone, Kenneth Davis, Alan Friedman, Ronald Feingold, Morris Levine, Gary Feldmar, Lewis Simon, William Ross, Ralph Loberg, Jordan 
Listick, Allan Mandell, Barry Goodman, Jay Young, Lawrence Field, Richard Shabal 

Second row: Michael Kohn, Jerome Purze, Michael Gurvey, Edward Gerch, Bruce Brenner, David Browne, Alan Baiter, Allen Fagel, Morton Barnett, Stanley Horn 

Bottom row: Barry Shere, Michael Strange, Edward Fine, Dennis Fineberg, Michael Listick, Lance Schiller, James Levy, William Ernstein, Robert Kaplan, Marshall 
Horwitz 

Not in panel: Allan Weiner 



Alpha Epsilon Pi 



.'502 Kasi Gregory 
(I!) AcU\e Cliaplcrs 



Atmosphere is the key word lor the Alpha Epsi- 
lon Pi's "Gaslight Parisienne" given every spring 
at the house. The motil is that of the traditional 
small French cabaret, complete with oil cloths on 
the tables. Decorations include a canopy covered 
with Hashing lights and stretched Irom the tront 
door to the street, walls masked with blue cello- 
phane and typical wine bottle candlesticks. Games 
ot roulette, Over-Under, and Black Jack help to 
provide entertainment. 

A yearly philanthroijic project consists ol donat- 
ing one dollar per man to the ^\•idows ol .\EPi's 
killed in the armed forces. 

An important tradition within the house was ilie 
ob-servance ol a Pledge Banquet. At this time the 
old pledge lather turneil o\er his responsil)ilitics to 
liie new one. 






Officers: Mx.ir.l i-.'rdi, l>,irs,u, l\ivi,l Brownr lu'iiteMfliil nulsler, AUn 
B.ilicr, iLMbc, All.iii Wl-iium, iiMsicr, Hi uco llronncr, exchequer 



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Officers: David Ash, vice noble ruler; Max Olson, alumni secretary; Dale 
Hedrick, reporter; Joseph Helms, noble ruler; Dale Helms, com- 
missar; Delbert Denby, secretary 



Tlie Alpha Cianinia Rho's picsentecl their aniuial 
award to the pledge who .showed the most achieve- 
ment in sdiolarship and activities. This award was 
presented in memory oi Dale Johnston, a past 
pledge who lost his lile in an automobile accident. 

The annual Bo\very Brawl, \vhich was held in 
March with the Alpha Rho Chi's, was the big dance 
on AGR's social calendar. The entire first floor was 
decorated to resemble an old-fashioned setting, and 
murals were jjainted on the avails by members of 
.\lpha Rho Chi. Highlighting the spring events 
was the Pink Rose Formal for which the chapter 
house was decorated with twelve himdred roses. 

The AGR's also sponsored a Senior Day this 
spring. High school seniors who planned to major 
in Agricultine at Illinois were entertained for a 
week end at the chapter house. 



Alpha Gamma Rho 



,58 luist Gregory 
,S5 Active Chapters 






Top row: George Rankin, Donald Smallwood, Vern Herzberger, Robert Martin, Gary Van Winkle, William Gray, William Beeler, Jack Widholm, Scott McWhInney, 

Gary Cooper, Dennis Phar, Joseph Beckerman, Phillip Dollahan, James Walsh, Larry Duies 
Third row: Gene Potter, Walter Griffith, Merrill Dierker, John Wilson, J. D. Surber, Kenneth Hunt, David Boerner, Miax Olson, Gary Whittaker, Thomas Brandt, 

Charles Bliss, Paul Malven, Roger Steiger, Philip Phar 
Second row: Thomas Janik, Forrest Gillespie, C^eorge Muck, Dale Helms, David Ash, Joseph Helms, Delbert Denby, Herbert Carmichael, John Rehn, Jim Bell, 

Dale Hedrick 
Bottom row: Robert Humphreys, Larry McCrery, Harmon Monk, Walter Hanks, Leslie Lemon, Lendell Dierker, Curt Perkins, Harold Hawkinson, Don Pinney 
Not in panel: Richard Freitag, Roger Gillespie 



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Alpha Kappa Lambda 



101 K;ist Daniel 
19 Adive Chapters 








Officers— Top row: Richard Bauer, vice president; Richard Schwarzlose, 

recording secretary 
Bottom row: George Sanders, corresponding secretary; Charles Zartman, 

president; Stephen Thomas, treasurer 



One ot the most important events ior Alpha 
Kappa Lambda was their participation in the 
twenty-five-year-oltl feud with Acacia. This rivalry 
has been organized on a competitive basis for ten 
years, with points being given for athletic and 
scholastic achievements. 

In the past, the competitive spirit between these 
two houses has reached its peak at the Rope Pull 
over the Boneyard (.luring the Feud Week in May. 
C>)nfidently dressed in suits, the two house presi- 
dents head their respective teams for this event. 
Although the losers end up in the muddy creek, 
their spirits aren't dampened for the dance held 
that night to honor the winner and bring the Feud 
Week to a climax. 

Another annual affair for the AKL's was their 
meeting with their chapters in Illinois, Iowa, and 
Ohio. 




Top row: Marvin Hayenga, Gerry Graham, Bernard Gaudi, Dan Kistler, Angus More, Robert Picker, Barry Anders, Gerald Salzman, John Clark, David Dow, 

Daniel Riggle, Ray Pensinger 
Third row: Kenneth Kohrs, Robert Parker, James Kelly, Thomas Reeder, Douglas Lapp, James Hettick, Donald Andrews, Ronald Page, Phillip Heacock, David 

Dusendschon, Thomas Rayman, Carl Esslinger, David Hoffman, Kenneth Majerchin 
Second row: William McMullon, Joseph Glass, George Sanders, Charles Zartman, Richard Bauer, Richard Schwarzlose, Richard Lacuemenf, Stephen Thomas 
Bottom row: William Kcnnell, Thomas Maiman, William Romans, William Outhouse, Cass Apple, James Burns, Mark Jurgensmsyer, Robert Helflnjtine, John 

Goggin, Terry Finnicum, Laurence Grabb, Stanley Weber 

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Officers— Top row: Anthony Bonovalonta, worthy scribe; Len Peterson, 
worthy assistant architect; Richard Hague, worthy architect; Charles 
Wirth, social chairman 

Bottom row: Fred Zimmerman, worthy estimater; Richard later, house 
manager; William Davis, worthy scribe 



Because ot their active interest in the field ol fine 
and applied arts, the members ol Aljiha Rho Chi 
made their annual presentation of a "You Wu/ 
Robbed" award. This award was given to the house 
they felt should have won homecoming decorations. 

In the spring APX presented an art show and open 
house. Work done by house members throughout the 
year was on exhibit, and much of the art work was 
sold to the public. 

The annual "Roman Dance" found everyone 
decked out in togas, and fellows were seen driving 
their dates to the dance in chariots. 

Another big occasion was the spring l^arbecjue given 
for the APX's by Alpha Gannna Rho in appreciation 
ol the decorating they did lor the "Bowery Brawl" 
and the winter lormal. .V baseball game between the 
two houses lollowed this annual j)i(nic. 



Alpha Rho Chi 



1108 South First 
15 Active Chapters 






To? row: Lee Shaw, Richard Thomas, Jack Mendelson, James Wrzesien, Roger Stienke, John Pavlovich, Fred Zimmerman, Dale Shafernak, Donald Evenson, 
Richard Diedrich, Niel Frankel 

Third row: Thomas Lennon, Harry Betley, James Kurtz, Robert Hsiung, Richard Tater, Ronald Piotrowski, Clark Lofgren, Harold Peckham, Robert Hible, 
Robert Lampertius, Henry Carrol 

Second row: Ross Potter, Raymond Chochoiek, William Davis, Len Peterson, Miss Hamilton, Richard Haque, Anthony Bonovalonta, Charles Wirth, Peter ten- 
drum, Sanford Furman 

Bottom row: Donald Granger, John Porker, Ronald Labinski, Stan Balodimas, Lester Olds, Mart Normet, Martin Kvame 

Not in i>anel: Gordon Pierce 

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Top row: Norris Andersen, Kenneth Schaefer, John Rhode, James Carney, David Barton, William Narefta, Charles Buckl ir r, ,r , , |. , , , 

Jusfen, David Doering, Robert Smith, Robert Pelkowski, Leo Castelein, Keith Oberlander, Charles Gough, Roger Jones, Larry Wilson, Fredricl< Roecker, 

John Michela 
Third row: Anthony Petullo, Charles Finch, Allen Herrman, James Albright, Glen Walder, James Dorris, Lawrence Stainfon, Dennis Schmidt, Richard Bennett, 

Robert O'Rourke, Robert Brown, Edward Perry, James Logan, David Comstock, Donald Smith, Raymond Logan, Jon Kibler, Larry Johnson, Richard Mason, 

John Herrman, James Roecker 
Second row: Robert Vanderstraeten, Henry Chapman, Roger Taylor, Charles Ferguson, Roger Hendricks, Mrs. Harlan, Robert Condon, George Smith, James Gladish, 

Murray Rhodes, Donald Lacy, Robert Young 
Bottom row: John Butler, Eugene McMeen, David Clark, William McCanless, Robert Wiesman, Ronald Naper, Henry Lawrence, Robert Oberlander, James Schrader, 

Richard Matthews, Dean Herrmann, Robert Izard, David Young 
Not in panel: David Season, Daniel Kirchhoff, Kenneth Chalcraft 



Alpha Sigma Phi 



21 1 East Armory 
78 Active Chapters 



In observance of the founding of the Illinois chap- 
ter of Alpha Sigma Phi, an alumni banquet called 
the "Sig Bust" is held every year. The Fiftieth Anni- 
versary Banquet, a long-anticipated event, was held 
last fall. 

Some other house traditions were the pledge-active 
football game on Dads Day, the Senior Banquet held 
just before final week of the spring semester, and the 
second-versus-third floor softball game. The Alpha 
Sigs also honored the member who was the most ac- 
tive on campus by presenting him with a trophy. 

The Black and \Vhite Formal held at Christmas 
time is a national Al]>ha Sig tradition. The center 
of attraction at the dance was the large white Christ- 
mas tree covered with black ornaments. Decorations 
were left up for a children's party given by the .\lpha 
Sigs the next day. 






Officers — Top row: Roger Jones, pledge trainer; Roger Hendricks, vice 

president; Robert Young, treasurer 
Bottom row: James Roecker, house manager; Robert Condon, president; 

Fredrick Roecker, secretary 



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Top row: Charles Adams, Roger Perrin, John Monroe, William Grant, Richard George, Stephen Buckley, Leonard Webster, Robert Frisina, Gary Kortkamp, Robert 

Smith, Thomas Anderson, Charlton Jones, Robert Holloway, Gresham Brebach, Charles Younger, James Green, Edward Buelow 
Third row: Roy Potter, Peter Fernandes, Darrell Duncan, Kenneth KramI, Richard Waibaum, William Carson, William Mohlenbrock, Ernest Hanson, William Carlson, 

Dennis Schlemmer, Roy Rodgers, Harry Leonard, Dennis Dahl, Wayne Pearson, Philip Haskell 
Second row: William Hinds, Kent McHose, Peter Evanson, John Donohue, George Cameron, John Brinker, David Wade, Teddy Smith, Michael Farrell, Robert 

Henderson, Eugene Pitcher 
Bottom row: John Campbell, Stephen Anderson, Stephen Spear, Robert Benjamin, Larry Austermiller, Bradley Palmer, Paul Prentiss, James Moes, Everett Thomas, 

Charles Delano, William Hopper, Charles Vrhel, Raymond Dinger 
Net in panel: Robert Boughan, JefFrey Gaines, Robert Greco, Arthur Hasse, Gerald Roman, John Busey, William Bottomley 



Alpha Tau Omega 

1101 West Pennsylvania 
117 Active Chapters 





Officers — Top row: Roy Rodgers, social chairman; Richard Wolbaum, 

secretary; Thomas Anderson, pledge trainer 
Bottom row: William Grant, treasurer; David Wada, president; George 

Cameron, vice president 



Black and white tbotprints pasted in various 
spots aroimd the c ampns were signs that the jjledges 
ol ATO and Sigma Nil were announcing the V.M.I, 
dance. This annual formal is usually held at the 
Urbana Lincoln Hotel on the first weekend alter 
Christmas to commemorate the founding of the two 
fraternities at Virginia Military Institute. 

Several scholarships are financed by the alumni 
and the National Alumni Associaticm of Alpha Tau 
Omega. 

Among the awards offered each year by ATO are 
the two wliich are named in honor ol Thomas Arkle 
CHark, the first initiate of the Illinois chapter and 
the first Dean of Men at Illinois. One ol these 
awards is a National Leadership Award, and the 
other is a ring which is presented to the outstand- 
ing sophomore of this chapter as chosen by the 
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Top row: Ernest Karner, Robert Bloechle, William Bunte, John Knodle, Edward Bucnis, Thomas Hecht, Leonard Liss, Donald Sommerfe!d, Don Biefang, 

Robert Ostermeir 
Third row: Leroy Mosny, Ronald Junker, Robert Sudbring, Richard Remmert, Donald Robins, James Zaruba, Ray Fritzsche, Robert Herschbach, Darrel Junker, 

Jack Drews 
Second row: Richard Hacker, Robert Thornberry, Wilbert Rueter, Donald Metzger, Mrs. Harlow, Howard Setzinger, Thomas Wegener, Eldon Mattick, Joseph 

Doninger 
Bottom row: Lloyd Karmeier, George Bohn, Gerald Bertchtold, Jon Pallmer, Daniel Ford, Arthur Twietmeyer, Michael Welge, Wayne Larson 
Not in panel: Dale Brinkmann, Frederick Goebel, Del Karmeier, Wayne Larson, Charles Mayer, David Miglt 



Beta Sigma Psi 

806 South Fifth 
6 Active Chapters 

An important task this year for the Illinois 
chapter of Beta Sigma Psi was to play host to the 
fraternity's national convention, which was held in 
Champa ign-Urbana this spring. 

A traveling paddle was the hard-earned prize 
awarded to the winners of the annual football 
game between the Alpha and Beta chapters, which 
are located at Illinois and Purdue respectively. 

Another traditional affair for the Beta Sigs was 
the Gold Rof;e Formal, which was held in the early 
spring. 

Although they have been on campus only four 
years, several awards have been established. One of 
these is a plaque which honors the active who earns 
the highest grade average each semester. Another 
is the pledge paddle on which is inscribed tlie name 
of the outstanding pledge. 






Officers— Top row: Leroy Mosny, recording secretary; Eldon Maltick, 

rusfi chairman 
Bottom row: Rictiard Hacker, treasurer; Howard Seizinger, pledge 

trainer; Donald Metzger, president; Wilbert Rueter, liouse manager 



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Officers— Top row: Richard Koeller, vice presdent; Noel Thyson, house 
manager; Thomas Walker, treasurer; George Edgell, president; 
James Bell, pledge trainer 

Bottom row: James Mitchell, social chairman 



The annual Miami Triad, held in the early 
spring with Sigma C^hi and Phi Delta Theta, was 
one of the biggest social events ot the year for Beta 
Theta Pi. Large replicas of the house pins were the 
main decorations for this dance, which commemo- 
rates the foimding of these three fraternities at 
Miami University in Ohio. 

Spring also was the time for the annual conclave 
with the Michigan chapter. Later, a softball game 
was held in Chicago with the Michigan, Michigan 
State, and Knox chapters. 

The Betas gave scholastic awards, financed by 
their building association, at the Mothers Day and 
Dads Day banquets. The Richmond Award, an 
annual memorial award, was given to the out- 
standing pledge, while the outstanding senior won 
the Wooglin .A-\vard. 



Beta Theta Pi 

202 East Daniel 
5)5 Active Cha|)ters 






Top row: Richard Toth, Ronald Fowler, Conway Barlow, Robert Stubblefield, James Rice, Alan Skadberg, Stephen Knapp, David Cade, John Westover, Robert 

Nieman, John Mitchell, John Wisnosky, Thomas Eovaldi, Steven Sample, Stephen Eyer 
Third row: Byroi Harman Robert Hornaday, James Gustafson, Kerry Newman, James Rhodes, James Byrne, David Loyet, Frederick Brightbill, Jerry Manion, 

Gerry Dondanville, Alan Buckles, Bruce Trull, David Abrahamson, Thomas Swan, Richard Costa, Joseph England 
Second row: Lawrence Gahan, Gene Fox, Noel Thyson, James Bell, Richard Koeller, Mrs. Bufner, George Edgell, Thomas Walker, David Stewart, Norman 

Smith, James Mitchell 
Bottom row: James Ellern, Larry Schafer, Robert Brown, Kim Richmond, Robert Koeller, John Taylor, Fred Konrad, Douglas Mills, Samuel Leeper, Philip 

Reinhard 
Not in panel: Gerald Exiine, Thomas Breen, Ralph Meyers, August Wisnosky, Robert Dvorak, Robert Menz, Charles Kerchner, Robert Ware 

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Chi Phi 

30-3 East C;iialiner.s 
31 A( live C^hapters 




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Officers — Top row; Theodore Allison, social chairman; Alan Swanson, 

president; Ned Wheeler, pledge trainer 
Bottom row: George Podlin, treasurer; Edgar Madsen, secretary; Wayne 

Chilcote, historian 



l^wo dames wilh traditional themes highlighted 
(ihi Phi's social calendar. For "Bowery Brawl," the 
lall pledge dance, the chapter house was decorated 
witii beer signs and a swinging door that led into 
the social room. The tables were covered with 
checkered table cloths, and candles lighted the 
loom. 

Iraditional decuiaiions loi the spring tormal in- 
cluded a pier over the water-flooded porch. At this 
dance the Chi Phi Sweetheart was crowned and 
given a traveling trophy. 

CA^\ Phi makes awards lor high scholarship 
through the Jim Lee Memorial which is a .|50 gift 
given to the pledge with the highest average. The 
Sparks Memorial Award was given to the active 
with the highest average, and the Clifford Hood 
.\ward was presented to the active who had shown 
the most scholastic improvement. 




Top row: William Deihl, Richard Smith, David Heideman, James Staif, Patrick AAilano, Robert Peterson, William Cage, Michael Davis, Jerry Bosse, Michael Rotter 
Third row: Donald Vreuls, Carl Peters, Thomas McDaniel, Alan Gossard, Brian Berg, Charles Roche, John Hadley, George Tully, Walter Simmons, Larry Lessen, 

Frank Hann 
Second row: Warren Malone, George Niva, Ned Wheeler, George Podlin, Mrs. Bcggs, Alan Swanson, Edgar Madsen, Theodore Allison, Wayne Chilcote, William 

Taylor 
Bottom row: Jack Hill, Richard Hulburd, Lawrence Lesniak, Richard Heinmiller, Joliri Nichols, George Desort, Lawrence Hill, Ronald Kemp. Gerald Worrall, Philip 

Hinze 
Not in panel: John Riggs, Harry Frette, Alfred Herbsler, John Lennon 



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Chi Psi 

912 South Second 
27 Active Chapters 



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Officers — Top row: Douglas Royer, treasurer; David Ambrose, secretary 
Bottom row: John Forsyth, scholarship chairman; Donald Todosichuk, vice 
president; James Larson, president; Robert Hansen, pledge trainer 



The Clhi Psi's initiation chmce was traclitionally 
based on a Hawaiian theme. Those who attended 
wore sarcjngs, painted their laces brown, and played 
bongo drums. The centers of attraction were the 
sailboat and fish which were in a water-filled pond. 
At the spring tormal, held in a local hotel, the Maid 
ot Chi Psi was crowned. 

A traveling wooden bucket was again awarded to 
the winner ot the traditional tug-of-war between 
Chi Psi and Zeta Psi. 'Tun lor some, but never all" 
is a good description ol the pledge-active lootball 
game held each year on Dads Day. When the 
pledges win, they get a Turnabout Day with the 
actives. 

Awards given annually by Chi Psi included the 
presentation ol scholarships to the two juniors with 
the highest averages. The pledge with the highest 
grades received a ring. 





Top row: David Flurkey, Daniel Vanslyke, Richard Kerby, John Stewart, Walter Bilger, William Shelby, John Darby, Robert Fredenburgh, Darryl MIeynek 

Third row: Roger Groth, Donald Taylor, Norman Andersen, Rodney Nilsson, Willmore Hastings, Howard Cochran, Douglas Royer, Donald Todosichuk, James Lar- 
son, David Ambrose, Raymond Zeller, Richard Hughes, Dan Godeke, James Sullivan, Theodore Crackel 

Second row: Thomas Oiler, William Rogers, David Hutson, John Forsyth, James Clarage, Robert Hansen, Dale Kucera, Kenneth Goodwin, Theodore Bradley, David 
Buell 

Bottom row: Ronald Staschke, Robert Ucherer, Thomas Bash, James Williams, Thomas Sullivan, Charles Scott, Gerald Weiler 

Not in panel: James Wadlington, Leonard Schmidtt 

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Top row; William Epperson, Demis Stehik, Darrell Lohmeier, Thomas Welch, Walter Schramm, John Mount, Jerry Jamieson, Albert Till 

Third row: Dennis Venzon, Jack Thornton, Frank Voris, Daniel Mills, James Gaebe, Thomas O'Beirne, Paul Tingleff, John Bussjager, Jim Smock, Albert Lorenz, 

Albert Lancieck, Steven Cannon 
Second row: Edward Nellessen, William Huffman, Patrick Sheehan, Henry Hosman, William Bean, Daryl Strahan, Gregory Jordan, Gerald Johnson 
Bottom row: Ronald Norton, Ronald Larson, Carl Hakansson, James Bruhn, Ronald Buel, Charles Henness, Richard Carr, Jerold Wright 
Not in panel: Kenneth Spangler, Louis Beardslee, John Breyer, Allan Harvey, Larry Hausmann, John Huck, Frank Vermaat, Kaye Schneider, Frederick Lincicome, 

Joe Scott, Charles Nash, Robert Beyaert 



Delta Chi 



i I 1 1 South First 
45 Active Chapters 

This year the Delta Chi's played their Southern 
Illinois chapter in the second annual football game. 
The winner received a traveling trophy. 

Highlights ol the social calendar included the tradi- 
tional English-style banquet preceding the winter 
lormal. The candlelight dinner featured a roast pig 
complete ivith an apple in its mouth. 

The 35th annual Warehouse Dance was held in 
March. The walls of the chapter house were covered 
with posters; painters' hats, jeans, and sweat-shirts 
were the attire for the evening. 

As a group project, the chapter sponsored a Boy 
Scout troop. Several Delta Chi's who were Eagle 
Scouts acted as assistant advisers in helping the boys 
with comnumity work, and several weekends were 
spent hiking with the Scouts. 






Officers— Top row: Heniy Hosman, v ce president; William Huffman, 

sorqeafTt af aims 

Second row: Edward Nellessen, corresponding secretary; Daryl Strahan, 

treasurer 

Bottom row: William Bean, secretary: Patrick Sheehan, president 



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Top row: Donald Spatny, Robert Swallow, Thomas Petrik, Robert Davenport, Edwin Cosek, Richard Peterson 

Third row: Thomas Kane, Edward Lieske, Michael Vaughan, Richard Koshel, Joseph Tomei, Larry Lewis, Clark Cogswell 

Second row: Larry Kinsella, John Hynes, Douglas Richardson, Mrs. Orton, Robert Johnson, Danner Shoemaker, Dean Hallerud 

Bottom row: Jeffrey Swan, John Read, Timothy Byrne, Peter Bulkeley, William Carskadon, John Blair, Larry Konhorst 

Not in panel: John Logan, William Ryan, Ronald Howell 



Delta Kappa Epsilon 



902 South Second 
52 Active Chapters 




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Officers — Top row: Larry Kinsella, secretary 

Bottom row: Robert Johnson, treasurer; Larry Lewis, rushing chairman; 

Douglas Richardson, president; John Hynes, vice president; Dean 

Hallerud, social chairman 



The social year lor Delta Kappa Epsilon began 
with the annual Miami Triad, the semi-formal pledge 
dance. Held in conjunction with Alpha Delta Phi 
and Psi Upsilon. it celebrated the loiinding ol these 
three Iraternities at Miami University. Also on the 
tall schedule was the annual pledge-active football 
game held on Dads Day. 

The big event of the spring semester was Deke 
Week. Held each May, this weekend began with a 
party on Thursday night and was followed by the 
spring formal on Friday night. An all-day picnic on 
Satmclay and a Sweetheart Dinner on Sunday com- 
pleted the schedule. 

All pledges with over a 4.0 had their names en- 
graved on a trophy. A Bidl Shooter trophy was 
awarded by the pledges to the most verbose senior, 
whose name was added to those already engraved on 
the trophy. 




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Top row: Laurie Sfahl, Ronald Reich, Robert Hosticl<a, Paul Lampert, Ted Smith, James Snow, Alan Lynch, Henry Ives, Charles Beals 

Third row: Jonathan Flowers, Donald Anderson, Dennis Lory, Wilbur Knutson, Richard Peters, Douglas Wallace, Jerry Stelle, James Wallace, Jerome Bacchetti, 

Michael Modde, Robert Miller, Michael O'Laughlin 
Second row: Robert Aten, Richard Adams, Charles Evans, Clifford Brouk, Edwin Snow, Myron Carpenter, Ralph Magin, Joe Rice, Donald Weihl 
Bottom row; Kenneth Harbison, Roger Stenberg, Norman Rickard, Kenneth Biek, Edward Snyder, Larry Ziemba, Daniel Niemeyer, Eddy DeGroot 



Delta Phi 

1008 South Fourth 
16 Active Chapters 



Delta Phi's social highlight ol the year was the 
Iris Formal. Founded as Iris local fraternity, Delta 
Phi held this annual spring iormal in honor ol 
their lormer local name which changed when they 
became a national iraternity in 1920. Fraternity 
colors of sky blue and white, along with the iris 
(lower, prevailed as the main decorations in the 
chapter house and on the tennis coint, where the 
dance was held. The dance, which was a weekend 
overnight, was followed by a picnic on Sunday at 
Allerton. 

One morning just before graduation, the pledges 
of Delta Phi went into the dorm singing fraternity 
songs and awakened the graduating seniors. After 
the seniors were carried downstairs on the pledges' 
shoulders, everyone enjoyed the traditional steak 
breakfast given each year to honor the graduates. 





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Officers: Myron Carpenter, treasurer; Robert Tripp, social chairman; Edwin 
Snow, president; Michael O'Laughlin, rushing chairman; Clifford 
Brouk, vice president 



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Delta Sigma Phi 



106 East Daniel 
90 Active Chapters 



Officers — Top row: Roger Goins, treasurer; Thomas Maltas, president; 
Don Stout, sergeant at arms 

Bottom row: William Burke, vice president; James Maltas, social chair- 
man; Raymond Pittman, secretary 



Tlie outstanding social events highlighting the 
Delta Sigma Phi calendar were the Sailor's Ball and 
the Carnation Ball. These dances are sponsored by 
every Delta Sig chapter across the country. 

Held early in the second semester, the Sailor's 
Ball was an informal dance which brought every- 
one out in nautical attire. The chapter house base- 
ment was flooded, and guests used a rowboat in 
order to enter the dance. 

The Carnation Ball, the spring formal, featured 
a spring theme which was carried out in decora- 
tions ol tarnations and Spanish moss. At this 
dance, the Dream (iirl ol Deltii Sigma Phi was 
crowned. 

Pledge awards are an imporlanl part of the Delta 
Sig's awards program. ,\s part of this ))rogram, a 
pledge was awarded ;i trophy each semester on the 
basis of outstanding s- hoiarship ;mcl Icadcrsliii). 






Top row: Philip Lambdin, Fernando Caballero, Arthur Wild, Philip Schreck, Robert Tertel, Roger Olson, James Williams, David Sellmyer, William Rezek, Walter 

Lundberg, John Bratzler, Gunter Tertel, Robert Hoehn, Joel Wesson, James Fry, Norman Willey, Richard Gustin 
Third row: John Ebers, Richard Vance, Gary Covi/man, Robert Jones, Glen Fotre, Richard Barnett, Conrad Niemann, James Gardner, Louis Antonelli, Leslie Miller, 

Don Johnson, James Delaney, Irvin Kovalik, Riley Lane, Lewis Horn 
Second row: Naman Carter, William Hogare, Raymond Pittman, William Burke, Dean Tillman, Mrs. Cryder, Tom Maltas, Roger Goins, James Maltas, Don Stout, 

Richard Shoemaker, David Rathje 
Bottom row: William Tushaus, David Brobst, Alvaro Penuela, Mark Blanchard, Dale Stockley, Gene Smith, Elmer Peak, John Eihausen, Douglas Melton, Gary 

Likins, Thomas Best 
No» in panel: Lee Boye, Lee Bridgman, Harold Breece, Leon Florschuetz, David Pease, Robert Willson 



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302 liast John 
86 Active Chapters 




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Officers: Richard Harvey, treasurer; Bernard Ricfiards, recording secretary; 
David Sattem, corresponding secretary; James Staes, guide; Bruce 
DufF, vice president; Peter Klein, president 



Deha Tau Delta always holds all their major 
dances at their chapter house. However, the spring 
lormal was held outside in the yard. The band 
played outside, while the couples danced on the 
patio. Then the Delts crowned their Delt Sweet- 
heart vv'ho will reign for the coming year. 

During the spring semester, the chapter held a 
Delt Mystery Day. The day started with a brunch 
ior all the Delts and their dates. After the brunch, 
a whistle blew; everyone ran outside to wash cars 
for ten minutes. Events such as a football game 
and raking leaves continued for three or four 
hoins, while the whistle signaled the end of each 
one. 

A Scholarship Ring was awarded to the pledge 
with the highest grade ]Joint. It was financed by a 
fluid established by a former Illinois athlete, 
Willard Cramer. 




Top row: Willard Bruggen, Joseph Cablk, Dale AAcDyer, koot-ri hruns, uavid baircn\ kooeri Haliid.iy, Joseph Dupont, fccrnnra Kiciuircis, iiTfi-pice L.^iuinorsi, 
Ch3rles Stacy, Melvin Shaver, Peter Otterslrom, Joseph Wendryhoski, Jam:s Downey, Thomas Roos, Mark Healy, William Wadlington, Donald Drever, 
Myron Gross 

Third rowr: John Ehrmantraul, Bruce Quayle, Kent Dobson, Arnold Herring, James Staes, Tom Mulcahy, David Wuesteman, Neil Anderson, Lawrence Moore, John 
Legendrc, Bernard Wall, Frederick Thayer, John Schradcr, Danny Laughhunn, Donald Cooper 

Socond row: Robert Salata, Clem Georlett, Richard Harvey, Roy Einyre, Peter Klein, Mrs. Griffith, Bruce Duff, Fred Warrick, James Cvik, Harry Kavelas, Fred Mel- 
berg, Lloyd Gadau, Ronald Dempsey 

Bottom row: Thomas Johnson, Tom Mclvcr, Thomis Mayr, Robert Martin, John Mumrna, William Reno, Jeremiah Manley, Dale Hartwig, Kenneth Dickey, Kenneth 
Thomas, Preston Wakcland, Paul Wicherts, Ned Tyler 

Not in p.inei: Joe Mabry, George Doering, Byron Larson, Inno Rasina, Dennis Hess 

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OfRcers— Top row: Julius Monge, pledge master; Roger Chirpe, secre- 
tary; James Mills, treasurer 
Bottom row: Henry Lang, vice president; William Barr, president 



Each semester has its share ol traditional events 
at Deha Upsilon. Annual lall events included the 
pledge-active lootball game on Dads Day and the 
Dutch Night in November to which all the Dutch 
people in the vicinity were invited. In the past, the 
DU's have had a Dutch student living in their 
house. 

The spring semester iound three important an- 
nual events on the social calendar. The DU's spon- 
sored the Rose Formal, the Bike Race, and Mili- 
tary Night. Dancing in the moonlight on the house 
patio was the format o£ the spring formal which 
sported a southern garden motif. The Bike Race 
was a six-hour marathon; the winner was the fra- 
ternity completing the most laps. On Military 
Night, the DU's were liosts to the heads of the vari- 
ous R.O.T.C;. units. 



Delta Upsilon 



312 East Armory 
79 Active Chapters 






T03 row: James Economos, Roger Fitz-Gerald, Roger Davis, Arthur Rommel, Wilfred Sanders, Hugh Fogler, James Riley, Gerald Cordis, Bruce Kriviskey, Nicho- 
las Derrough, Roland Sandstrom, Raymond Nadenik, John Nelson, John Clem, Donald Kendeigh, Charles Schmitt 

Fourth row: Wayne Ottoson, Charles Nichols, John Ripley, Robert Kennedy, Ronald Magnussen, Thomas Daniels, Henry Dralle, James Shotliff, Robert Young, 
Thomas Rees, Thomas Bailey, Edv^^ard Moll, Richard Storm, Philip Griesbaum, Frank Moschella 

Third row: Ronald Angle, Paul Helmie, James Mills, Roger Chirpe, William Barr, Henry Lang, Julius Monge, Richard Winton, James Kimmel, Bruce Cork 

Second row: Kenneth Sorenson, Eugene Kirby, David GiflFln, Andrew Bonior, Charles Bateson, James Cunningham, Fred Spears, Gordon Volling, Kenneth Kreut- 
ziger, Ballard Champion 

Bottom row: Dennis Greeter, Thomas Heath, John Guttman, Richard Bernhardt, James Whitlock, Joseph Powrley, Lawrence Smith, David Butler, Warren 
Hanson 

Not in panel: Walter Siffermann, Robert Graham, Dean Wilson, William Masterson, Cecil Stradley 



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Top row: Forrest Paxton, John Burrus, John Erisman, Gary Kendle, Byron '- 

Curtiss, Neai Selchell, James Wiltier 

Second row: Ronald Kollman, Dale Miilis, Norman Ehlers, Neal Eckert, Byron Marlowe, James Bowers, Richard Vatthauer, Richard Snodgrass, Roger Gallup 
Bottom rov: Robert Fay, Gerald Palm, Philip Deal, Robert Greive, Marvin Espenscheid, James Carson, Maurice Leman, Kenneth Sauers, Bruce Fryman, Leslie 

Kohl 
Nat in panel: Paul Shuman 



Farm House 

809 West Pennsylvania 
17 Active Chapters 



The social events at Farm House included the an- 
nual banquets held on Founders' Day and Home- 
commg. In tlie iall the Farm House-Alpha Gamma 
Rho "rivalry" brought these two pledge classes to- 
gether to compete m their annual football and bas- 
ketball games. 

The members ot Farm House met with all their 
other chapters to participate in the annual Christ- 
mas Breakfast held in Chicago over Christmas va- 
cation. This year Charles Shuman, an alumnus of 
Farm House and the national president of the Farm 
Bureau Federation, spoke at the affair. 

The outstanding senior of the chapter was given 
the annual Doane Award, which is named after the 
founder of the fraternity, D. Howard Doane. This 
senior was chosen by the members of the house on 
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Officers — Top row: Byron Marlowe, recording secretary; Paul Shuman, 
scrcjeanl at arms; Norman Ehlers, treasurer 

Bottom row: Neal Eckert, president; James Bowers, corresponding sec- 
retary; Richard Vatthauer, historian 



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Top row: Wayne White, George Brokemond, Robert Adams, Frank Cunningham, Virgil Pulliam, D. N. Rajahn 
Second row: Charles Watson, John Lassiter, Demaree Barnes, Donald Greenlee, Pepe L'Ecaroh, Delano Cox, Leon Scott 
Bottom row: Adolph Brown, John Hawkins, Charles Lee, Reginald Yeatman 



Kappa Alpha Psi 



707 South Third 
204 Active Chapters 





The social season at Kappa Alpha Psi opened 
with their annual pledge dance in the fall, during 
which the chapter members honored their new 
pledge class. A Halloween Party in October found 
the house decorated in the traditional motif. ./\n- 
other annual affair, the spring formal, was held at 
the chapter house in May. This dance was spon- 
sored by the active chapter members. 

Awards were presented to Kappa Alpha Psi's dtn- 
ing the spring semester. A Scholarship Key was 
given to the active who had achieved the highest 
grade point, and the Outstanding Pledge was se- 
lected on the basis ol both grades and activities. 

As a group activity, the Kappa Alpha Psi pledge 
class sponsored a party for some imderprivileged 
children in the area. 



Officers: Randall Pelkey, social chairman; Demaree Barnes, keeper of ex- 
chequer; Delano Cox, dean of pledges; Donald Greenlee, president 




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Top row: Howard Dovre, Vincent Patrny, Ch.^lfint Williams, Stephen Colburn, Jack Holt, Victor Carlson, Larry Thomas, Robert Giebelhaus, Norman Kouba, 

Kenneth Forbes, Patrick Murphy, Robert Arbogast 
Second row: Frederic Roland, Arthur Bower, Jack Coleman, Richard Anderson, Robert Sullivan, Gene Buist, John Hulson, Richard Swallow 
Bottom row: John Kollaritsh, Frederick Nicoll, Henry Cornet, James Norvel, David Lorimer, David Hembrough, Chester Szerlag 



Kappa Delta Rho 



1110 South Second 
19 Active Chapters 



Two pledge dances, one in the fall and one in the 
spring, headed the list ol social events at Kappa Delta 
Rho. In the iall the chapter house was converted 
into an old-time bowery saloon for the "Bowery 
Brawl." A hayrack ride and outdoor barbeque pre- 
ceded the dance. 

The spring pledge dance transformed the house 
into a gambling casino where each couple was allowed 
to play at various tables with their allotted $10,000. 
At II p. m. the girl with the most money was crowned 
Queen of Hearts, while her date was crowned King 
of Spades. 

Other house traditions include the pledge-active 
football game held on Dads Day, the Mothers Day 
midnight "Hen Party," and the Midwestern Conilave 
held for all of the midwestern chapters of the 
fraternity. 










Officers: Howdttl Duviu, lioubu nidiiager; Jack Coleman, treasurer; John 
Hulson, commissar; Robert Sullivan, president; Richard Anderson, 
vice president; Gene Buist, pledgemaster 



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Officers— Top row; Charles Applegate, grand scribe; Douglas Johnson, 
grand master of ceremonies; Roy Fonda, grand treasurer 

Bottom row: Jerome Bonkowski, grand procurator; Jerome Roeske, 
grand master 



Kappa Sigma had an extensive awards program 
this year, including the presentation of a trophy to 
the outstanding member in each of five areas — 
Leadership, Dating, Activities, Scholarship, and 
Intra-murals. Two nationally financed awards of 
$100 and $50 were given for high scholarship to a 
senior and junior, respectively. 

As an annual group project, the Kappa Sigs do- 
nated a Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings 
to a family in the area. 

Following house traditions, the Kappa Sig 
pledges played football against the Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon pledges. The house also had their annual 
Christmas egg nog parly just before vacation. 

Two traditional spring dances, the Star Dust For- 
mal and the Kappa Sig Barn Dance, highlighted a 
full social schedule. Decorations for the latter in- 
cluded five himdred bales of hav. 



Kappa Sigma 

212 East Daniel 
130 Active Chapters 



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Top row: Walter Jacus, Mariano Guzzardo, William Milligan, John Malay, Karl Krauss, Jack Lynch, George Waddell, Robert Reginato, Richard Hubert, Rich- 
ard Mueller, Romeo Mura, Tarry Erickson, Richard Russell, Thomas Kasten, Peter Aikman, David Hutchison 

Third row: John McCabe, Francis Melaniphy, Charles Kunde, Erwin Blatter, William Stewart, Lawrence Lipe, Roland Peterson, Gary Lindow, Francis Dohm, 
Steven Anderson, Ralph Learnard, William Westerman, Carl Stremmel, Charles Coane 

Second row: Henry Wolf, Richard Pierce, James Neal, Noel Zabriskie, Andrew Rochells, Charles Applegate, Jerome Bonkowski, Jerome Roeske, Douglas 
Johnson, Roy Fonda, Richard Simon, George Rantis, Eugene Reed, William Larson 

Bottom row: Billy Barrett, Alvin Carlson, (?obert Reis, James Baker, Martin Norpell, Roger Cope, Dale Dawson, Gary Krauss, Russell Christianson, Thomas 
Swanson, John Rapp, Stephen Eigel, George Grunewald, James Kowieski, Carl Turnquist, Jerome Lavely, John Smith, Vincent Dee 

Not in panel: James See, John Delveaux, Webb Hill 

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Lambda Chi Alpha 



209 East Armory 
155 Active Chapters 






Officers— Top row: Roger Tinney, social chairniapi; John Cross, president; 

John Nunemaker, secretary; David Klingel, vice president 
Bottom row: David Forestner, pledge trainer; Marvin Heffington, 

treasurer 



A special feature on the Lambda Chi Alpha's so- 
(ial calendar was their annual Shantytown Shuffle 
iield at the beginning ot the fall semester. Given 
in Fraternity Park, this hobo-style dance was pre- 
sented jointly by the Lambda Chi, Kappa Delta 
Rho, Theta Xi, and Phi Sigma Kappa pledges. 

Two other fall specialties were the annual pledge- 
active football game and the game between the 
Laml)da Chi and Theta Xi pledge classes. 

The winter formal was an overnight affair, with 
the girls taking over the chapter house for a night. 
The traditional Orchid Formal was held in the 
spring, and each girl who attended was given an 
orchid. 

In April the Lambda Chi's playetl host to repre- 
sentatives of some thirty-five midwestern chapters. 
The purpose of the conclave was to promote inter- 
(hapter relations. 




Top row: Robert Williams, Charles Oldham, Thomas Fournie, John Nes, Donaid Quest, Arthur Yuenger, Roger Gauen, Gordon McCandlish, Charles Campbell, 
Donald Selinger, Frank Hov^ard, Stephen Schoff, Richard Brock, Jerome Tavcrna, James Cobb, Jeffrey Arnold, Kenneth MacKenzie 

Third row: James Williams, Ronald Krug, Walter Moske, David Fischer, John Martin, Charles Swinford, Edward Harris, Donald Carlson, Robert Achilles, Rich- 
ard Kemmerer, James Keller, Frank Stefanik, Charles Orr, Royace Prather 

Second row: Don Carroll, Roger Tinney, Marvin Heffington, David Klingel, John Cross, Mrs. Edwards, John Nunemaker, Richard Montgomery, David Forestner, 
Robert Wallhaus, Jim Furno 

Bottom row: Ronald Koertgo, Dennis Carroll, Gerald Uhe, George Montgomery, Ford Rollo, Robert Vanderwall, Martin Johanson, Paul Kuster, Robert Uhrig, 
Charles Moss, Arthur Kaha 



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Officers — Top row: Lenard Arentsen, treasurer; Robert Breckenridge, vice 
president; John Crawford, secretary; Gerald Tietz, president; William 
Forsythe, warden 

Bottom row: John Bronson, pledge trainer 



The outstanding Phi Delta Theta social func- 
tion ot the year was the She Delta Theta overnight 
week end held just before Christmas. On Friday 
night each girl being pledged presented a skit, and 
a line-up was held. The dinner-dance was on Sat- 
urday night. During the evening, the girls were 
initiated; and they received their She Delt paddles. 

For their annual group project, the Phi Belts 
had a Community Service Day. Every year all Phi 
Delta Theta cha|)ters throughout the country take 
part in this project, and each chapter devotes an 
entire day to some worthwhile community jiroject. 

Sponsored by the Phi Delts, the Jack ProwcU 
Award was presented to the outstanding lUini 
athlete. The athlete was chosen by the Athletic 
Association on the basis of sportsmanshi|) and 
ability. 



Phi Delta Theta 



309 East Chalmers 
120 Active Chapters 




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Top row: Fred Guyton, Thomas Byrd, Daniel Mesch, John Bronson, Hugh Weisenstein, Frederick Hirsch, Terry Lappin, David McKee, John Even, Richard Wessels, 

Joseph Atkinson, Herbert Crane, Eric Wilson, Joseph Epkins, Dennis Chamberlin 
Third row: Frank Raymond, Robert Shaver, Charles Thomas, Gene Wineland, John Ellsworth, Sidney Little, Paul Pirtle, David Shunick, Alan Gosnell, Ronald Stein, 

Daniel Seiler, Russell Martin, Philip Lincoln, Philip Dressel, Thomas Turner, Lewis Dotson, John AAcCord 
Second row: William Forsythe, Robert Bronson, Thomas Gabbard, Thomas Nolan, Gerald Tietz, John Crawford, Robert Breckenridge, Joseph Bartulis, William 

Bonansinga, Fred Wham, Lenard Arentsen 
Bottom row: Clark Lund, Charles Roof, Larry Banker, Kenneth Bronson, Douglas Nichols, Garry Landis, Larry Cannon, John Ryan, Tom Boatman, Cleon Statton, 

Don Arenz 
Not in panel: Henry Dupree, Roger Bushdiecker, Stephen Groves, David Mieher, Earl Parrish, David Loar, David McGann, John Frede 



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Top row: LL-L.n,ird Adt'S, James Levy, Stepheti Klaller, Glenn Goldman, David Schulman, Theodore Goldi^'em, AUn Yurnuiti, Frt-d BooU-y, Seymour AAelnik, Robert 

Lazerson, Stanley Green, Irwin Bliss, Richard Frenzel, Michael Grousd, Bradley Carlins, Arthur Serck 
Fourth row; Ronald Fleisher, Michael Lissner, Burton Lipman, Daniel Sigband, Stuart Werner, Martin Waldlnger, Richard Welleck, Stanley House, Bernard Kirsner, 

Frank Cohen, Richard Goodman, Joel Ross, Barry Sussman, Ronald Wellner, Stewart Dan, Fred Benjamin, Max Tyson 
Third row: Arthur Lang, Burton Skolnick, Jon Isenberg, Norman Marcus, Steve Marcus, Richard Marks, Gerald Sherman, Marshall Goidin, Mark Welleck, Michael 

Schneir, David Myers 
Second row: Joseph Herr, Steven Radin, Martin Spagat, Stephen Salzberg, Stuart Sirota, Jerry Steiner, Burton Weinstein, Alan Miller, Jeffrey Horwitz, Mike Eiser- 

man. Gene Robbin, Lewis Segal, Malvin Krinn 
Bottom row: Paul Katz, Ira Strizak, Arthur Gold, Leonard Bloom, Ronald Port, Victor Proeh, Michael Wallack, Howard Schatz, Stuart Bloom, Larry Schechter, James 

Raden, Lyie Shulman 



Phi Epsilon Pi 

907 South Third 
35 Active Chapters 



The annual novelty dance "Psi-lo" was held dur- 
ing the first semester by Phi Epsilon Pi. The name 
originated from the chapter name Psi, and it was 
based on a western theme. Couples came dressed as 
farmers and cowboys for this traditional dance, and 
bales of hay and live horses gave the chapter house 
the proper atmosphere. Bandanas of the fraternity 
colors, purple and gold, were given as favors to the 
girls who attended the event. 

During Thanksgiving vacation, the Mothers' 
Club gave a dinner-dance in Chicago for the frater- 
nity. Dads Day gave the PEPs an opportunity to 
present their Stunt Show for their parents. In re- 
turn, the parents presented entertainment for their 
sons on both Dads Day and Mothers Day. Weeks 
ol rehearsing were spent in preparing for these al- 
wavs-successfid shows. 






Officers: Richard Marks, presicJent; GeralcJ Sherman, vice presicJent; Arthur 
Serck, house rrtanager; Steve Marcus, treasurer; Marshall Goidin, 
commissar; Theodore Goldstein, recording secretary 



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Top rowt Jerry Roberts, Robert Shissler, Carl Reinhart, Steven Hoeppner, Neal Kottke, John Jenkins, Leo Wotan, Maurice Weaver, Thomas Johnston, Dean Bodnar, 

Law^rence Bankart, John Ey, Robert Young, Kent Brennecke, Jim Eggerichs, Robert Passaneau, Robert Hindsley, Vernon Wascher, Melvin Jager, Jewett Cole 
Fourth row: Richard Bayley, Paul Koster, Robert Johnston, John Helledy, Robert Reuter, Robert Madix, James Graham, James Russell, Dennis Fox, James Ruyle, 

George Whitney, William Armstrong, John Ulrich, Robert Armstrong, Joseph Zaiar, Anthony McCarthy, James Robertson, Richard Green, Joseph Geraci, 

Donald Williamson 
Third row: Frederic Martin, William leuter, James Babcock, Larry Kindle, David Geist, Kurt Lauridsen, David Cade, Carl Ostrand, Robert Fischer, Arthur Carlson, 

Garee Slider, Owen Ackerman, David Neupert 
Second row: William Black, Keith Asher, George Patterson, Gordon Honegger, Bruce Benson, George Little, David Froberg, Dennis Anderson, Patrick Flynn, Champ 

Davis, Bruce Harrison, Michael Londrigan 
Bottom row: Robert Lehmer, John Erickson, Richard Whitney, William Irwin, John Bell, Charles Gasche, Charles Brown 
Not in panel: Ralph Lindemann, Christopher Moyer, Roger Chamlin, Jaques Bollier, Richard Schaeffer, Kenneth Pawlak, Donald Larson, Henry Housh, Frank Hedg- 

cock, Peter Hasselmann, Edward Gombos, Gerald Ford, Jack Diederich, Daniel Damon, Thomas Tansor 









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Phi Gamma Delta 



401 East John 
84 Active Chapters 



The Norris Pig Dinner was the annual alimini 
banquet held by every Phi Gamma Delta chapter. 
In a traditional ceremony, the pledges carried in 
the lorty-poiind roasted pig. 

Socially, the outstanding event ot the year was 
the Fiji Island Party, an annual spring dance held 
by all Phi Gam chapters. The entire Fiji tribe es- 
corted all the girls to the chapter house, which had 
been converted into a tropical island. Before the 
dance, everyone feasted on chicken, pineapple, 
bananas, and other native food. During the eve- 
ning a hula contest was held, and a trophy was 
])resented to the Fiji Island Queen. 

The Phi Gams had a imique system of encourag- 
ing high scholarship. The house was divided into 
teams of six, and a cash award was given to the 
team making the highest combined average. 



Officers: David Geist, corresponding secretary; Carl Ostrand, treasurer; 
Kurt Lauridsen, recording secretary; David Cade, president; Robert 
Fischer, historian 




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Top row: John Weides, James Lee, Thomas Amberg, Gerald Brudenell, Gary Baumgarten, Gregory Lipfak, Robert Rzonca, James Davros, James Woods, Gerald 

Hankes, Michael Pinney 
Third row: Karl Greiter, Thomas Killian, Ronald Szymanski, Daniel Korbas, John McClory, Patrick Dawson, Richard Schubert, Horst Hamann, William Marshall, 

Robert Busher, James Dean, John Hocking, Donald Wolfram, Lawrence Marlewski 
Second row: Neil Brown, Jerome Caruso, Frank McOmber, Thomas Keefer, Paul Dittmer, William Thomas, Lawrence Luther, John Woods, Walter Dudek 
Bottom row: Francis Walsh, David Plummer, Richard Bickhaus, John Taylor, Vincent Giamalva, Armando Bernardi, Ronald Niesen, Edward Donovan 
Not in panel: Gerald Patrick, Robert Riger, Robert Carlson, John Brennan 



Phi Kappa 

310 East Chalmers 
40 Active Chapters 



The Phi Kappa's held their \vinter formal in con- 
junction with Theta Kappa Phi. A new fraternity, 
Plii Kappa Theta, will result from a merger of these 
two houses which will take place sometime within 
the next year. 

The Phi Kaps awarded a trophy each seinester to 
the person with the higliest scholastic average. After 
a period of five years, the person whose name appears 
on the trophy the most will keep it permanently. 

Phi Kappa and their "ri\al" across the street, Phi 
Kappa Sigma, held their annual football game this 
fall. The winning house received a huge keg of "re- 
freshments." 

This year the theme of the pledge dance was "Pre- 
historic Panic." The entrance into the house was 
transformed into a cave; and the interior of the liouse 
presented a scene of rocks, animals, and bushes. 






Officers — Top row: Walter Dudek, secretary; Lawrence Luther, social chair- 
Bottom row: Frank McOmber, scholastic chairman; Paul Dittmer, president; 
William Thomas, vice president; Thoinas Keefer, treasurer 



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Officers — Top row: Kenneth Telleen, corresponding secretary; Stephen 
Johnson, recording secretary; William Yonan, vice president 

Bottom row: George Hamouz, social chairman; William Johnson, presi- 
dent; Alan Swanson, treasurer 



One ol tlie outslanding social events lor the Phi 
Kappa Psi's this year was the traditional [elf Duo. 
This dance was held at the Moose Club with Phi 
Gamma Delta early in the second semester to cele- 
brate the loimding ot the two Iraternities at 
Jeiierson College. 

The annual spring tormal was based on a gar- 
den theme, using fountains and a waterfall to set 
the atniosjjhere. An added event at the dance was 
the announcement of the Sweetheart of Phi Kappa 
Psi. 

A basketball tournament was held at Illinois 
between all the Big Ten Phi Psi chapters. The 
winner received a traveling trophy. 

A volume of books dealing with the history of 
the fraternity was given to the pledge with the 
highest scholarship average. Awards also were 
given for activities and for the most valuable IM 
player. 



Phi Kappa Psi 

91 1 South Fourth 
60 A( tivc Chapters 






Top row: Fred Mascitti, Willard Nelson, William Workman, David Boling, Ross Webb, Thomas Mayes, Jerry Williams, James Benson, John Ravencroft, John Fix, 

Ralph Larson, Lawrence Tribbey, Melvin Fink, Robert Rigdon, John McDonnell 
Third row: Richard Corbett, Stuart Lockwood, Charles Green, Gerald Colangelo, Robert Murphy, Gary Reeder, William Ayton, James Brown, Charles Pugh, Robert 

Hill, Clifford Wilderman, David Boge, Alexandre Jankowsky, Donald Day 
Second row: Norman Mayer, Emil Squeteri, Robert Hickey, Kenneth Telleen, William Yonan, William Johnson, Alan Swanson, Stephen Johnson, George Hamouz, 

David Martin, Richard Kreitling 
Bottom row: George Staudt, Paul Clarey, Roger Ahroon, Gene Stuart, Frank DeBoldt, William Johnson, John Janes, Theodore Kirkby, Ronald Baker, Kurt Young- 

strom, David Dandurand, Richard Dandurand 
Not in panel: David Ash, Ronald Apperson, William Sweet, Robert Stava, Benjamin Waldie, Allan Swanson, Raymond Gibson, Theodore Pristash, John Flagda, 

Ronald Grayheck 

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Phi Kappa Sigma 



313 East Chalmers 
49 Aclivc Chapters 





Officers — Top row: Eyvind Ericksen, social chairman; Jon Book, president; 

Robert Martensen, treasurer 
Bottom row: JosepI' Fincher, corresponding secretary; Richard Kimbrough, 

house manager; Roland Zaroski, pledge trainer 




With the hist game of the 1958 football season 
tame the traditional Black and Gold Ball held for 
all present and past members of Phi Kappa Sigma. 
In the early spring, macabre decorations helped to 
establish a sinister atmosphere at the informal 
"Skull" dance. Such devices as a maze in the base- 
ment, black tar paper covering all first floor walls, 
and abstract designs were used to achieve this ef- 
fect. 

The ahunni-supported Stanley F. Boggs Memo- 
rial Fund was provided to give financial aid to un- 
dergraduate students, preferably Skulls. Awards 
given by the Phi Kappa Sigma's were the Jack Pitts 
Award for the outstanding senior, the Al Lenz 
Award for the best pledge, and the Hutchinson Key 
Award for the active making the most scholastic 
improvement over the previous semester. 




Top row: Barger Macy, Larry Stunkard, Marvin Mrnka, William Rosing, William Djtton, Robert Peterson, Arthur Zabierek, Michael Celarec, Peter Zamus, John 

McKee, August Zimmerman, John Ludwig, Ronald Borck 
Fourth row: William Wilkinson, Richard Wilen, James NcfF, Melville Lawrence, James Arnold, Richard Frey, Robert Backoff, Edwin Sleinam, John Pasnau, Brian 

Wittenkeller, Robert Davis, Harold Pehike, James Urquhart, Charles Truckenbrodt, Eyvind Ericksen 
Third row: Robert Martensen, Joseph Fincher, Stephen Grant, Thomas Cahoon, Richard Kimbrough, William Penniman, Jon Book, Roland Zaroski, James HIavacek, 

Frank Pontious, Herman Ruta, John Hudson, Frederick Crang 
Second row: Russell Fleer, Richard Grant, George Burgoyne, Thomas Wettlaufer, William Meneilley, Donald McDonald, Walter Schmeal, Richard Kapell, Merle 

VanOsdol, Neal Martin, Kenneth Kapps, Bruce Lanham 
Bottom row: James Ho'den, Charles Rhodes, Richard Stumm, Alan Hendrickson, D^'nnis LeBlang, Karl Euler, Michael Pope, Robert Zoot, Ross Stahl, James Sachts- 

ch.ilo, Robert Wayl 
Not in panel: James Bcckmann, Donald Yeazel, Lindell Lovellelte, Howard Lohmuller, Richard Archbold, James Clayton, Lowell Gratigny, William Hylander, Robert 

Lacher, Bruce Beckmann, Robert Riedle, Duane Harwick 



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Officers: Stuart McKenty, president; Thomas Rowley, pledge master; 
Richard Carlson, vice president; George Bossarte, house manager; 
David Livingston, social chairman; John Melvin, treasurer 



The name of the Plii Kappa Tau Dream Girl was 
announced at the annual Dream Girl Formal held 
just before Christmas. The Scottish theme was car- 
ried out by decorating the house to represent a 
Scottish castle which even had a drawbridge. Be- 
fore the dance, Phi Tau's dressed in kilts delivered 
Ijids to their brothers' dates at their various houses. 

As in the past, the house members played foot- 
ball and basketball games against the kitchen crew, 
liasketball games were also held against the Phi 
1 au chapters at Piuclue and Southern. 

Collecting money for muscular dystrophy was a 
major part of the philanthropic work done by the 
Phi Tau's. Also, old clothes were collected from 
the members of the house and were given to the 
Salvation Army. - 



Phi Kappa Tau 



.'HO East Gregory 
7'-5 .Active Chapters 






Top row: John Conant, Donald Bonacorsi, George Bossarte, Ronald Boni, Albert Ruppert, Leslie Long, Robert Schultz, Stephen Carter, Walter Knosp, John Webb, 

Roger Koontz, James Heine, Robert Heil 
Third row: Donald Thompson, Fred Huelster, Albert Sittaro, Donald Doherty, Roy Mallinson, John Marshall, Carl Budelsky, Richard Tresselt, Richard Bartsch, 

Glenn Goetsch, William Graham, Roger Bushnick, Richard Edwards, Phillip Burke, James Spackman 
Second row: Charles Bills, Gordon Burgett, David Boone, David Livingston, John Melvin, Stuart McKenty, Richard Carlson, Thomas Rowley, James Williamson, 

Charles Marshall, William Miner 
Bottom row: Wayne Connaway, Charles Alt, Phillip Voegele, Kenneth Roman, James Lashbrook, David Link, Don Browning, Roy Logan, Dean Hauptii, Leslie 

Simpson 
Not in panel: Russell Dawson, Keith McCloskey, Alan Lopatka, David Hess, Vernon Gillespie, Richard Miller, William Cook, James Hardesty, Clarence Klaus, 

William Painter, Robert Bartlett, Carl Freddy 



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Top row: Marvin Kamsnsky, Abraham Besman, Leon Lome, Seymour Reckles, Arnold Perl, Daniel Ragins, Roger Brooks, David Cohen, Jerry Steinberg, Murray 

Kalis, Gordon DeCook, Irwin Frazin, Arnold Goldstein, Michael Harris, Ronald Lovinger 
Third row: Stuart Morris, Herbert Weinstein, Richard Levine, Barry Norian, Harvey Coustan, Burton Schmarak, Charles Gannon, James Pritikin, Alan Mayer, Barry 

Gross, Larry Goldberg, Gordon Schlifke, Elliot Lisnek, Donald Newman, Allen Arieff, Miles Kaplan, Gerald Newman 
Second row: Leon Bender, Martin Kramer, Ronald Goldberg, Morton Engelberg, Michael Lowenthal, Solomon Kamm, Michael Green, Marvin Herman, David Schnit- 

zer, William Goldman, Steven Targum, Gary Friedman 
Bottom row: Martin Stein, Jonathon Borus, Bernard Schlifke, Arnold Naiman, Jacques Schmoll, Kenneth Wolf, Howard Glucksman, Sheldon Karras, Sidney Feld- 

man, Robert Karton, Orrin Radis 
Not in panel: Abraham Grossfeld, Robert Glaser 



Phi Sigma Delta 



706 Ohio 
34 Active Chapters 



The members of Phi Sigma Delta celebrated their 
tenth anniversary this year by having a large banquet 
and dance. This gala affair was attended by both the 
collegiate chapter and the alumni. 

Held tor the first time this year, the Phi Sig Delts 
sponsored a banquet to honor the house directors on 
campus. The chapter plans to hold this banquet in 
the spring semester of each succeeding year. 

The traditional Neighbors' Banquet was also held 
this year. Neighljors from the area surrounding the 
Phi Sig Delt house were invited to come in lor dinner. 

,\mong the house's many scholastic awards was the 
award given to the big brother-little brother team 
who achieved the highest grades. Also, the Maxwell 
Hyman Award was given to an outstanding alumnus. 






OfTicers — Top row: Marvin Herman, junior nteniber executive council; 
Harvey Coustan, treasurer; Michael Lowenthal, senior member execu- 
tive council 

Bottom row: Elliot Lisnek, member at large; Michael Green, president; 
Solomon Kamm, vice president 



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Top row: Myron Babler, Wendell Murphy, Richard O'Neill, Carl Sinder, Gaylon Lathrop, Terry Bolland, Otto Klemm, Ronald Crowell, Jerome Haas, Thomas Sor- 

rells, Ronald Montgomery, Billy Wiser 
Second row: Richard Nordsieck, Stanley Riley, James Gill, Allen Devleschow/ard, Thomas Knox, Jamas Reed, Terence Sheridan, David Oakes, Hamilton Myers 
Bottom row: David Crowell, James Reeder, Lyie Hughart, David Moore, William Shelley, Richard VanHam, Kirby Johnson 



Phi Sigma Epsilon 



307 East Daniel 
27 Active Chapters 





Officers — -Top row: Thomas Knox, vice president; James Reed, president; 

Myron Babler, social chairman 
Bottom row: James Gill, treasurer; Terry Bolland, pledge master; 

Terence Sheridan, recording secretary 



The past year was Phi Sigma Epsilon's first year 
on the U. of I. campus. This active chapter was 
organized by men from different chapters located on 
campuses in the North and Midwest. They decided 
to coloni/e at the University of Illinois and arrived 
in Champaign in the spring of 1957. There was no 
house for them since they did not have a charter. 
However, after a fidl year, the chapter received its 
charter from their National Headcjuarters on June 
2, 1958. The new chapter then bought a house in 
which the members have lived for the past year. 

Having been on campus such a short time, the 
Phi Sig Eps haven't had an opportunity yet to build 
up many chapter traditions. This year they spon- 
sored a formal dinner-ilance in the spring. A ban- 
quet was held to observe Founders' Day. 




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Top row; David AAurrav, Donald Zalesky, Vance Cummins, Donald Miller, Ronaio hi.. n . ■ h 

Carlson, Kevin Lyons, Daniel Wilde, Ernest Smith, Eugene Kachele 

Third row: James Huddleston, David Maloney, Arthur Larson, Arthur Klaviter, Thomas Rogers, Kenneth Lebermann, Charles Didrickson, Robert Squires, Edward 
Daly, David Karas, Donald Roberts, Glenn Belsley 

Second row: Dennis Hall, William Lawrence, Robert Barackman, William Skaggs, Richard Coddington, Richard Hartung, Gail Thwing, Robert Downing, Roy Holler- 
bush, Ronald Ellerbeck, Robert Polston, Robert Almquist 

Bottom row: Ronald Dixon, James Jones, William Ziegele, Bradley Pihl, Rodney Fetterolf, Bruce Dunworth, Bruce Bauman, David Sager, Donald Anderson, Jerome 
Zerkel, David Johnson, Frederick Davis 

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Phi Sigma Kappa 



1004 South Second 
65 Active Chapters 



Two traditional dances, the "Shantytown Shuffle" 
in the fall and "Hellzapoppin" in the spring, headed 
the Phi Sigma Kappa's '58-'59 social schedule. The 
tormer dance was given jointly with Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Theta Xi, and Kappa Delta Rho. A dance 
floor was set up in Fraternity Park, while corn shocks 
and straw completed the rural motif. 

The special effects of "Hell/apoppin" ranged from 
a head sitting in the living room to a coffin complete 
with the Alpha Gamma Delta's to sponsor a party for 

Two awards given during the year were the 
"Chappy" Burrows Pin for the active with the best 
scholarshi]j and the Frank Smith Pm for the pledge 
with the best scholarship. 

During the Christmas season, the Phi Sigs joined 
with the Alpha Gamma Delta's to sponsor a party for 
the cerebral-palsied children in the C^hampaign- 
Urbana area. 






Officers — Top row: Robert Downing, treasurer; Richard Coddington, sec- 
retary; Richard Hartung, vice president; Kevin Lyons, commissar; 
Ronald Ellerbeck, rush chairman 

Bottom row: Gail Thwing, president 



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Officers — Top row; Marvin Dennis, president; Earl Schaefer, vice president; 

John Opelka, house manager; Walter Dalitsch, social chairman 
Bottom row: Samuel Skinner, secretary; Frank Wydra, treasurer 



Spring brought more than spring fever to the 
members of Pi Kappa Alpha since two of their tra- 
ditional dances were held in that season. For the 
"Hobo Brawl," the house was decorated to resem- 
ble a shanty-town shack. Decorations for the 
Dream Girl Formal vary each year with the specific 
theme of the dance. 

Each pledge participated in a rather unique 
house tradition by making a personally-inscribed, 
six-inch paddle. When the pledge class was initi- 
ated, these paddles were put on a long board lining 
the den. Another annual event was the football 
game between the Illinois and Bradley chapters. 

The Pikes gave awards to the best pledge, the 
most outstanding athlete, and the best activity man. 
Awards also were given to the person who achieved 
the highest scholarship in each class. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



102 East C;halmers 
1 18 Active Chapters 






Top row: Richard Gillfillan, Lars Andersen, Dale Pearson, Stanley Ryba, Hernandez Urdaneta, William Lowry, John Reinhardt, Richard Smith, John McChesney, 

Thomas Hoepner, Kenneth Miller, Robert Drapeau, Evert Larson 
Third row: John Thomson, Russell Schiele, Robert Scanlon, James Schoonover, Jerry MacAfee, Harry Kropp, Edward Strasma, Robert Sievers, Gary Miner, Eldon 

Durr, Charles Hendrickson, Richard Statham 
Second row: Ralph Kraus, Walter Dalitsch, James Swanson, John Opelka, Frank Wydra, Marvin Dennis, Mrs. Moeller, Earl Schaefer, Samuel Skinner, Glen Thorson, 

Robert Heckler 
Bottom row: Robert Jacob, Henry Stukart, Kurt Berg, Ralph Vacuda, Richard Blatt, James Gutshall, Jack Hudson 



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Pi Kappa Phi 

801 West Illinois 
66 Active Chapters 






Officers: Edwin Han ' iplain; Glenn Cuerden, treasurer; John 

Baker, president; Carl AAarrone, secretary; Fred Fiala, warden; Rob- 
ert McKenzie, historian 



To recognize members who achieved outstand- 
ing sdiolarship. a pendant was given to the active 
with the highest average, and the names of actives 
lia\ ing over a 4.0 average were inscribed on a house 
plaque. The winner ol the Best Pledge Award, 
judged on such qualities as honcjr and fidelity, was 
given a replica ol the "key to the house." 

One of the most highly anticipated social events 
\\as the traditional Rose Ball, which is held every 
[ime. Trellises and roses, the fraternity's flower, 
created an outdoor garden atmosphere. Following 
both the winter and spring forinals, candlelight 
cHnners were held to honor pingirls and fiancees. 

As part of their annual commimity project din- 
ing Help AVeek, Pi Kappa Phi pledges went to the 
Champaign Coimtv Nursing Home to do various 
tasks such as scrubbing Hoors. 




Top row: Lnv-i ., Burkii, Harold Gehrig, Scott Seibert, William Schoclit, Philip Bisesi 

Third row: /• i ' arl Gustafson, Edward Hoffman, Robert Hasman, Larry Fink, Arnold Sniilli, Ronald Christonsen 

Second row: I- ! i i I n McKenzie, Glenn Cuerden, John Baker, Carl Mnrrone, Edwin Hamilton 

Bottom row: Jack Rodriqucz, Darrell Lane, Ronald Hedrick, Jerome Elliott, Daniel HoyI, John AAcans 

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Officers— Top row: David Lipson, president; Alan Schuman, vice president 
Bottom row: Lionel Gomberg, secretary; Julian Oettinger, treasurer; 
Arthur Kroft, sergeant at arms 



For their annual spring dance, "Maid in the 
Hay," the Pi Lambda Phi's imported live stock 
which was penned up in their yard. A Western 
motit prevailed at this outdoor hay dance, which 
was decorated mainly, as one would imagine, with 
hay. 

Another social highlight was the pledge dance, 
called "The Hells of Ivy," lor which the chapter 
house was transformed into a devilish atmosphere. 

As a group project, the Pi Lam's hold a Christ- 
mas party for orphans every year. This year they 
entertained a group of third graders with the 
Kappa Deltas on a December afternoon. 

Among the awards given each semester by the 
Executive Council were the awards for the Best 
Graduating Senior, the Best Scholarship Improve- 
ment, and the Best Athlete. 



Pi Lambda Phi 



52 East Armory 
34 Active Chapters 






Top row: Martin Swidler, Gary Coopersmith, Stuart Ferst, Donald Weissman, Jerry Altshuler, Howard Simon, Benjamin Steinberg, Sheldon Kabaker, Jeffrey 

Orlove, Shelley Simon, Arthur Bluestone, Arthur Gillis, Gerald Kolman, Steven Helfand 
Third row: Jerrold Ezgur, Myles Borshell, Fred Cohen, Michael Miller, Paul Rubenstein, Ronald Prebish, Leonard Gelstein, Erwin Epstein, Edward Levin, Neil 

Wilner, Howard Ross, Steven Parkes, Norman Leven, Richard Wiedhopf, Alan Winter 
Second row: Sheldon Osheff, Jerry Belson, Martin Brozosky, Arthur Kroft, Lionel Gomberg, David Lipson, Mrs. Isaacson, Alan Schuman, Julian Oettinger, 

Edward Kreines, Michael Greenfield 
Bottom row: William Gelman, Peter Soble, Burton Mendelson, Allan Markle, Leon Lipson, Michael Kleiman, Frank Silverstein, Kenneth Harrison, Barry Ek- 

man, Richard Manners, Stuart Glantz 
Not in panel: Richard Linkemer, Robert Wiesenick, Edward Reicin 

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Top row: Donald AAargolis, Harry Dyner, Gerald Silverman, Sidney Zipperman, Philip Zand, Howard Bass, Fredric Mussman, Lewis Collens, Harvey Chaplik, 

Richard Strauss 
Third row: Alan Schenk. William Weitzman, Marvin Levine, Harvey Pine, Sheldon Becker, George Gerstman, Herbert Goldman, Marvin Fruchter, Harvey Klein 
Second row: Mark Abrahamson, Earle Horwitz, Emanuel Hurwitz, Eric Levy, Henry Katz, Michael Lapin, Paul Willis, Arthur Reisman 
Bottom row: Lawrence Lieberman, Harold Levy, Jack Marks, Stuart Goldsand, Sheldon Marcus, Barry Lippa, Ronald Rubenstein, Roy Shellow 
Not in panel; Michael Schwartz, Bernard Steinberg, Bernard Feldman, Harvey Schwartz 



Praetorians 

322 mini Union 
4 Active Chapters 



The Praetorians were named after Praetor, chief 
of the Roman guards. This group does not have its 
own residence; the members get together for weekly 
meetings at the lUini Union. The basic principle 
of this organization, which has other chapters in 
the Mid^vest, is to offer its members the benefits of 
both independent and fraternity living. 

Since the Praetorians have no official house, they 
rent University facilities for all of their dances. 
Rooms are also obtained for such events as Mothers 
Day and Dads Day. 

This year the Praetorian Alumni .Association ])re- 
sented its annual award, a scholarship, to a non- 
sectarian male student on this campus. Competi- 
tive events ckuing the year included manv pledge- 
active contests such as football games, a tug-of-war, 
and Softball games. 






Officers — Top row: Michael Lapin, corresponding secretary; Arthur Reis- 
man, scholastic chairman 

Bottom row: Eric Levy, vice president; Emanuel Hurwitz, recording sec- 
retary; Henry Katz, president; Earle Horwitz, treasurer 



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Top row: Sidney Frisch, Ralph Westhoff, George Pease, Robert Pfeiffer, Paul Vondrak, Guy Fraker, Thomas Sykes, Edward AAalerich, Howard Iber 
Second row: Charles Domm, Deane Haning, Joseph Miller, Charles Bush, Edward O'Donnell, Richard Johnson, Ronald Gruenberg, Richard Newcomer, Theo- 
dore Igel 
Bottom row: Neil Sterling, Allen Swan, Edward Thompson, Merle Beuttel, Eugene Sarver, James Zinser, David Gantt, Ranse KesI, John Horn 

Not in panel: James Archer, John Bergstrom, Frederick Blayney, Keats Carleton, Warren Creviston, Fielder Dowding, Jerold Engle, Gary Granzow, Kenneth 
Hahn, Duane Haning, Carl Kirnbauer, Andrew Machata, Donald Miller, Robert Newth, Robert Olson, Frank Skold, Larry Zabel 



Psi Upsilon 

313 East Armory 
31 Active Chapters 





Officers: George Pease, treasurer; Richard Newcomer, secretary; Joseph 
Miller, president; Guy Fraker, second vice president; Neil Sterling, 
first vice president 



The Historical Triad, an informal pledge dance, 
was held in the lall to commemorate the loimding ol 
the three oldest fraternities in the nation. Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, Alpha Delta Phi, and Psi Upsilon sponsored 
this annual dance to celebrate their triple lounding at 
Union College in 1833. 

Each December the Psi U's sponsor the "House of 
the Arrow" formal as part of their winter weekend. A 
banquet, the formal, and a serenade are held on Sat- 
urday night, with duirch and a Sweetheart Dinner on 
the following Simday. The spring weekend was high- 
lighted by the "Blossom Time" formal. 

This year the pledge class started a program which 
is to be carried out by each pledge class. In an effort 
to Ijenefit the community, the pledges spent their Sat- 
urihiys doing odd jolis for rest homes and hcjspitals in 
the area. 







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Top row: H.Hl.iii Joll^l^u■^ L'.rviJ '..._■ u..t i dim , Kunneth Love, Tom Ruppert, Dl>'.. ■■ ,,..■■ r ■ ,,. 

Kaplan, Kenneth MacMorran, Terry Sands, William Hubbard, Thomas Noggle, John Attebery 
Third row: Thad Harshbarger, William Allen, Edward AAcCall, Richard Warner, William Ryan, John Greathouse, Bruce PfeifFer, John Rackow, Peter Gustar, Brack 

Duker, Jack Manley, AAike Pollack, Roger Bielefeld 
Second row: Allen Dougherty, Joseph Laske, William Tuttle, John Stevenson, Milton Simantel, Mrs. Curry, James James, Roger Sterling, James Chengary, William 

Dubinski, George Grubb, Edward Markham, David McMackin 
Bottom row: Edward Sestak, Samuel Hundley, Nekete Mlade, Kenneth Harrigan, Glenn Timmons, Richard Odie, Rollie Peters, David Wood, William Ray, Dennis 

Gross, John Mallon, Ronald Strom, Paul Ek 
Not in panel: Thomas Freeman, James Timberlake, Richard Hoard, Robert Benson, Alan Modine, Pete Carveth, John Williamson 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



211 East Daniel 
142 Active Chapters 



To begin the fall semester, the pledges ol Sigma 
.\lpha Epsilon made arrangements lor a tea tor all the 
housemothers on campus. Following the pledges' in- 
itiation, a dinner-dance, which is traditionally a 
Founders' Day dance, was held in honor of these new 
mitiates. 

For this year's pledge dance, "Paddy Minphy," the 
house was decoratetl to represent a funeral parlor, and 
the dates were escorted to the dance in a hearse. The 
dance was held on this campus for the first time, but 
it has been a tradition among SAE's at other chapters. 

As part of their awards program, the SAE's held an 
Awards Banquet and invited their alums. The awards 
included recognition for the outstanding IM athlete 
and the presentation of a jeweled pin to the pledge 
who iiad attained the highest scholastic average. 






Onicers — Top row: John Stevenson, I. M. chairman; James James, vice 
president; Milton Simantel, president; John Attebery, secretary; 
Roger Sterling, treasurer; John Greathouse, rush chairman 



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Officers: Lester B ker, vice prior; Alvin Martin, exchecquer; Lawrence 
Kayton, prior; Arthur Alpert, recorder 



Alter the last lootball game, the Sigma Alpha 
Mu's and Theta Chi's got together lor their annual 
observance ot the burning ol the old Sammy house 
on April 18, 1948. The lormer Sammy house, situ- 
ated next to the present Theta Chi house, was built 
in the shape ol an octagon to represent the eight 
founders of Sigma Alpha Mu. 

Other traditional events included the National 
Peon Day during which the pledges were required 
to perform many strange tasks. But they had their 
revenge against the actives on Turnabout Day. The 
Sammies also had their annual pledge-active tug-of- 
war across the pond at Crystal Lake Park. 

The highest award given by the Sammies was the 
Fraternalism Award lor the best all-around contri- 
butions to the house. Awards also were given for 
scholarship, athletics, and activities. 



Sigma Alpha Mu 



805 West Pennsylvania 
5 I Ac tive Cliainers 






Top row: Sheldon Gomberg, Michael Pink, Paul Click, Marshall Marcus, Michael Krozier, Allan Weiner, Barry Fradin, Harry Sangerman, Larry Kane, Bruce Lerh- 

man, David Shorvitz, Stuart Shiinoff, Jay Silver 
Third row: Michael Lipsich, Judd Malkin, Harvey Lambert, Neil Bluhm, Joel Handelman, Herbert Golden, James Kubby, Stuart Mann, Edward Lewis, Alan Barnett, 

Robert Goldwasser, Donald Friedman, Jacob Lifshin 
Second row: Robert Porges, Sheldon Brodsky, Lester Baker, Walter Herbst, Alvin Martin, Lawrence Kayton, Arthur Alpert, Michael Rosen, Phillip Gould, Ray Baum 
Bottom row: Michael Siegal, Robert Gordon, Daniel Lieberman, Stephen Gault, Ray Cohen, Michael Shapiro, Edward Colby, Gerald Saperstein, Warren Wollheim, 

Dennis Schwartz 

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Sigma Chi 

410 East jolin 
127 Active (^haplcis 






Officers— Top row: Lon Rademacher, recording secretary; Everett Kimmel, 
treasurer; Ward Adams, pledge trainer 

Bottom row: Bruce Hart, rush chairman; Robert O'Conneil, vice presi- 
dent; John Ruth, president 



The Sigma Chis began the year with the annual 
Kappa Kappa-Delta Delta Day in the fall. Each 
year the Purdue and Illinois chapters get together 
and compete in various athletic events, alternating 
their visits to the two campuses. 

One active was selected to represent this chapter 
in competition for national recognition ior out- 
standing contributions to Sigma Chi. 

Highlighting the social calendar was the Miami 
Triad held early in the second semester. Perhaps 
the most important event ol the entire year was 
the Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance. Held each May, 
this weekend affair included a picnic supper on 
Friday, the formal on Saturday night, and a sere- 
nade after the dance. The climax of the evening 
was the crowning of the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. 




Top row: Richard Thomas, Stuart Galland, kichard McWard, Lavi^rence Anderson, Keith Miller, Larry Gunn, Jonathan Wells, John Wessels, John Ddvis, Scott 
York, Glenn Rosbrook, Bruce Hart, John Thompson, Chester Elias, Joseph Huyler, David Thomas, Richard Knox 

Third row: Stuart Hall, Howard McCracken, Austin Furlong, Michael Miller, Carl Faust, Richard Dudley, James Pierce, Ronald Goerne, Christopher Lavick, 
How/ard Schmidt, Robert Cagann, Franklin Shelcy, Robert Corneliscn, Roger Phillips, David Rademachcr, Richard Ruth, James Govaia 

Second row: Roger Maupin, Edward Cleveland, Lorin Whittaker, Loron Sanders, John Bert, Richard HoR, Lon Rademacher, Everett Kimmel, John Ruth, Rob- 
ert O'Conneil, Ward Adams, Jerry Dycus, Richard Jcnks, Richard Fletemeyer, David Powell, Stephen Brown 

Bottom row: James Pierce, Dale Altmin, Richard Hicjcjins, Frederick Foorsterling, Robert Watson, Donald Clegg, Charles Harshbarger, Dennis Swanson, Ronald 
Si'iscll, William Hunt, Carl Allison, James Brady, Henry Hegener 

Not in panel: Melvin Romani, Stuart Lockwood, David Cadwallader, Howard Carr, Robert Schmidt, John Easterbrook, John Buley, Roger Derby, Peter Hess, 
Donald Tjarksen, Samuel Foster 

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Officers— Top row; James Huck, recorder; Robert Snow, commander; 
Ronald Miller, treasurer 

Bottom row: Paul Bowman, social chairman; Terry Gelling, house man- 
ager; William Boncosky, pledge trainer 



Among the year's outstanding social events jare- 
sented by Sigma Nii was the V.M.I. Ball. This 
annual iormal was held witii Alpha Tau Omega to 
celebrate the lounding ol their two chapters at 
Virginia Military Institute. 

The "Beaciicomber's Ball" was the annual in- 
lormal dance held last spring. Featuring an island 
theme, the dance brought everyone out in his 
lavorite sarong. The chapter house was transformed 
into an island with palm trees, a waterfall, and 
twenty tons of sand covering the basement floor. 

In order to encourage high scholarship, a tropiiy 
M'as awarded both semesters to the Sigma Nu with .i 
five-point average. \ Scholarship Improvement 
Trophy was also awarded to the Sigma Nu who 
showed the most imjjrovement in scholarship over 
the ])rc\i()iis semester. 



Sigma Nu 

1009 West Pennsylvania 
128 Active Chapters 





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Top row: Robert Hartsock, Jeffrey Butler, James Childers, Thomas Dolan, Jeffrey Roski, Anthony Schaeffer, Theodore Beastall, Daniel Vittum, Richara Staf- 
ford, James Lavelle, Donald Sommerville, Charles Heath, Robert Leslie, John Werner, William Wood, Thomas Polston, Robert Lenz, Ronald Kuykendall 

Fourth row: Karl Keller, James Huck, Ronald Lisick, John Chelius, William Neary, Michael Phillips, Paul Bowman, Urban Weidner, Bruce Johnson, Paul 
Gaecke, Terry Gelling, Kirk Maslin, Otis Hubbard, Denton Karle, James Norton, Stephen Penczek, Dean Langford 

Third row: George McKinney, Robert Kinney, Scott Walker, Jon Busse, Ronald Miller, Robert Snow, Mrs. Barnhill, William Boncosky, James Johnston, Rich- 
ard Collins, Ronald Woods 

Second row: Kenneth Gammon, Charles Walther, Dennis Carroll, David Meinert, Noel Workman, James Hammond, Gary Brown, Robert Mors, Jerry Curless, 
Thomas Theobald 

Bottom row: William Essex, Frederic Collins, Guy Williams, Stephen Ferrara, Michael Dykstra, Richard Evans, Peter Van Dyck 

Not in panel: Patrick Murphy, Paul Golaszewski 

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Top row: Harold Green, William Hanko, Robert Screen, Dan Duwell, James Bruen, Joseph Kennell. Terrill Hicks, Clark Bright, Philip Nelson, Ronald Johnson, 

Bradley Norton 
Second row: David Bunting, Silas Strode, Eugene Parry, John Morse, Robert Ingram, John Perry, Prof. Seals, Prof. Helm 

Bottom row; David Prescott, Ernest Karras, Allan Barger, Phillip Church, Richard Bolton, James Spachman, Robert Hermann, Roberto Hernandez, Edward Mooney 
Not in panel: Delos Kittoe, John Holmquest, Phillip AAonzo, David Hartnett, Louis Braun 



Sigma Phi Delta 



110 -5 West Illinois 
12 Active Chapters 



Since it is an engineering traternity, Sigma Phi 
Delta took an active part in the annual Engineering 
Open House. Most ol the members participated in 
demonstrations or in the administration of this event. 

Three or four times each semester the house's pro- 
fessional programs were carried out by guest lecturers. 
These lecturers, though often from the College of En- 
gineering, were also from other colleges; and their 
topics ranged from job-interviewing to color TV. 

An interesting house tradition was the Surprise 
Senior Breakfast prepared by the pledges. The seniors 
were first served a rather iniappeti/ing meal, but it 
was soon followed by a much more delectable one. 

As in the past, Sigma Phi Delta competed in vari- 
ous sports events with Triangle. The winner earned 
possession of a traveling trophy. 






Officers — Top row: Roberl Ingram, secreliiry; John Morse, president; John 
Perry, pledge master 

Bottom row: Eugene Parry, vice president; David Bunting, business man- 
ager 



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Top row: Robert Nelson, James Rashid, Keith Thompson, William Nelson, Mac Churchill, John Ohslund, Douglas Tonkinson, Niel Hewitt, John Diserio 

Third row: Edwin Dobbs, George Thomas, Dennis Denny, David Brown, Norman Krause, Robert Troutt, Donald McSorley, John Steben, Arthur Aldridge, Harris 

Vayo, Truman Hix 
Second row: Arthur Murray, Glen Cartwright, Larry Showley, Richard Kurz, Donald Roznak, Robert Spraetz, William Olson, Kenneth Larson, Dean Jones 
Bottom row: Herman Waltemate, Terry Klaus, Bruce Martin, Kurt Augustson, Russell Koss, Gerald Zimmerman, Duncan Cooper, Edward Jenkins, William Schweizer 
Not in panel: Lloyd Atwell, John Call, Robert Dunworth, Harry Hartel, James Heil, Gordon Johns, Thomas Knox, Henry Moorehouse, Eugene Racek, Jack Richard- 
son, Wilfred Robinson, James Zuidema, Richard Dunwoody, Cary Fox, Kenneth Luke, Albert Rainey, James Tilley 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 



1105 South Fourth 
1 15 Active Chapters 





Sigma Phi Epsi Ion's most important annual 
dance, called "(iasino," was held during the fall 
semester. The main floor of the house was deco- 
rated to represent a penthouse gambling casino, 
(omplete with a roulette wheel and many different 
types of card games. The downstairs of the house 
was decorated to resemble a rathskeller. 

Another big affair, the Queen of Hearts Dance, 
is a national tradition. Each Sigma Phi Epsilon 
chapter holds a similar dance each year. 

The Sig Eps' social schedule also included the 
sorority social chairmen's banquet in the fall and 
the annual pledge-active football game. The mem- 
bers of the winning team in this game had their 
names inscribed on a tro})hy. 

The annual spring work project involves jobs 
such as washing the windows at the TB Sanitarium. 



Officers: Larry Showley, controller; Robert Spraetz, secretary; Richard 

Kurz, president; Donald Roznak, vice president 
Not in panel: Thomas Knox, historian 




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Top row: Julian Burn, Dennis Klay, William Clinch, Andrew Cox, David O'Mera, William Norsworthy, Kent AAarthaler, Leon Bennett, Michael Destefano, Robert 
Craig, Richard Edmundson, Dennis Kline, Norman Hodge, James Walker, John Caravello 

Third row: Denzil Morehead, Robert Speth, Robert Will, Ronald Shipka, Paul Player, Paul Paben, William Spaulding, George Utz, Lonnie Schunk, William Daven- 
port, Gerald Coots, James Kaminski, John Lannon, Edmund Berchert, George Petrulis, Lawrence Williams, Reaugh Eaton 

Second row: Stephen Webb, George Bowman, Anthony Danosky, Medley Tornow, Donald Long, Kent Whitten, Bruce Newcomb, Richard Regentz, Ronald Morris, 
Edwin Henn, Charles Barter 

Bottom row: Niel Brown, Barney Upton, Henry Amann, Edd Ghent, Jerry Wilson, Bruce Johnson, David McClellan, Michael Eyster, Alan Davidson, George Skle- 
nicka, Michael Wagner 

Not in panel: Lawrence Breyfogle, Joseph Cusimano, Donald Gilkison, Robert Lanzotti, Robert Luetje, James McMillen, John Moran, Ronald Primmer, Robert 
Regan, Donald Buttel, James Colwell, William Lannon, Paul Power, Keith Sorensen, Robert Wade, Brian Carey, Carl Lambert, Gerald Mellinger, Walter 
Hopkins, Joseph Krakoski, Donald Berg 



Sigma Pi 

402 East Armory 
62 Active Chapters 



The Orchid Formal, the annual spring lormal of 
Sigma Pi, is a tradition among all the Iraternity's 
chapters. For this dance, the house was decorated to 
resemble a scene from out-of-doors. The center of at- 
traction was a waterfall in the dining room; a replica 
of the house pin, made from orchids, carnations, and 
moss, was displayed beneath it. The winter formal, 
held at one of the downtown hotels, is always given 
jointly with Delta Upsilon. 

As they have done in past years, the seniors chal- 
lenged the tmderclassmen to a tug-of-war to prove 
their physical prowess. A group prize was awarded 
to the winner. 

The Sig Pi's awarded their annual trophy to the 
big brother-little brother team who earned the high- 
est scholastic average. The pledge who achieved the 
highest grades also received an award. 






Officers — Top row: Richard Regentz, secretary; Anthony Danosky, treas- 
urer; Medley Tornow, sergeant M arms 

Bottom row: Kent Whitten, pledge trainer; Donald Long, president; Bruce 
Newcomb, vice president 



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Officers — Top row: Donald Davis, vice presidsnt; Thomas Brinkerhoff, '.rea- 
surer; Kenneth Holian, presideni; Kenneth Stimeling, secretary 



Sigma Tau Gaimiia presented tlicir traditional 
dance, called the "Pea Pickers Prowl," at the chap- 
ter house. The house was strewn with bales of hay, 
and farmyard scenes decorated the walls. To carry 
out the theme, couples came dressed in levis and 
(lannel shirts; girls wore pigtails and covered their 
faces with plaster freckles. 

The Rose Formal, which was held in the spring, 
took place in the lllini Union. Roses were used as 
the entire theme, and the traditional decorations 
created a spring atmosphere. 

Besides celebrating the University Home- 
coming, Sigma Tau Gamma held its annual House 
Homecoming in the spring. Among other things, 
the chapter members and alums found time to 
compete with each other in the traditional foot- 
ball and Softball games. 



Sigma Tau Gamma 



1109 South Fourth 
53 Active Chapters 




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Top row: Jamss Thomas, Guillermo Torres, Anthony Guepin, Wayne Painter, Jerr / Spenney, David Lange, Keith Cripe 
Third row: Thomas Fennell, Dale Dornblaser, Leonard Czarnecki, Albert Kleist, Raymond Galka, Theodore Thomas, Wayne Kido 
Second row: James Wolff, Alan Grubman, David Berman, Robert Schroeder, Eugene Capes, George Roman, Raymond Roth 
Bottom row: Donald Davis, Kenneth Holian, Kenneth Stimeling, Thomas Brinkerhoff 



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Tau Delta Phi 

1105 South First 
29 Active Chapters 






Officers — Top row: Sheldon Weinstein, commissar; Dav'd Kaynar, treasurer 
Bottom row: Me!vin Hecktman, secretary; A!vin Becker, president; Leon 
Reivitz, vice president; Barry Semer, rushing chairman 



At the aiiiuial Senior Breaklast at Tau Delta Phi, 
ea(h graduating senior gave away some possession 
he had accpiired during college. As part ot the tra- 
dition, a large wcKxlen pot was willed to the person 
ha\ ing the most troubles; the head ot a statue was 
Icit to the one having the "hardest head." 

An outstanding event on the social calendar was 
ilie spring lormal weekend. It consisted of a dance 
on Friday night, a picnic on Saturday afternoon, a 
liayrack ride on Saturday night, and a Sweetheart 
Brunch on Sunday. The Tau Delts also annovmced 
their sweetheart and her court during this week- 
end. 

Each Tau Delt pledge class must participate in 
some h)rm of charitable work. In Februarv the 
pledges spent one day during their initiation period 
pcriorming a civic project in this connnunity. 




Top row: Allen Rubin, Gerald Silver, Robert Colen, Leslie Appel, Jay Hechtman, Charles Shallat, ■ Hillard Garlovsky, Allen Alderman, Stuart Brand, Leslie Bell, 

Jerome Brodlie, Fred Dubrowsky 
Third row: Dennis Kogan, Gary Morgan, Edward Stone, Jerome Heller, Robert Stern, Herbert Kanter, Howard Bluestone, Edwin Gooze, Bernard Cherry, Mitchell 

Krieger, Dennis Rosen, Alan Kessie 
Second row: Richard Karlov, Ronald Field, Melvin Hecktman, Sheldon Weinstein, Alvin Becker, Leon Reivitz, Barry Semer, David Kayner, Herman Diesenhaus 
Botom row: Barry Bernsen, Sherwin Dubin, Sidney Margolis, Herbert Dacks, Robert Feverstein, Martin Fischbein, Gerald Symon, Keith Solit, Michael Weininger 
Not in panel: Arnold Grauer, Ronald Winchell, Burton Handler, Frederick Klein, Raymond Moidow, Bernard November, Bruce Schultz, Morton Segall, Jerry 

Weinstein, Richard Nelson 



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Officers — Top row: Howard Rosenfeld, member at large; Edwin Shapiro, 

bursar; Roberr Stone, scribe 
Bottom row: Robf.r' Ross, chancellor; Jerry Pollack, vice chancellor 



Placed in the foyer, a swimming pool which was 
complete with goldfish helped to enhance the an- 
nual Hawaiian Dance at Tau Epsilon Phi. Being 
the biggest social event ot the year, other decora- 
tions lor this affair included a huge quantity ol 
bamboo and hay. The most popular costumes were 
the traditional sarongs and beachcomber outfits. 
The dance was climaxed by the crowning ol the 
Polynesian Queen. 

Another TEP tradition, the Bowl Game, lea- 
tiued two sorority football teams. The winning 
team gained possession of a traveling trophy and 
received an invitation to return to the Bowl next 
year. 

The TEP philanthropic jjroject was the support 
of an orphan girl in Rome, Italy. Funds for this 
project were raised through allocations of house 
bills as well as through special donations. 



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105 East Armory 
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Top row: Euqene Sagerman, Jack Levy, David Herbst, Charles Goodman, Gene Slutkin, Joel Fischer, Joseph Levine, ClifFord Janoff, Lawrence Wolf, 

berg, James Futterman, Eugene Brodsky, Samuel Denosaquo, Alan Sandl?r, Neil Agruss 
Third row: Donald Gerrard, Leroy Fine, Joel Slutzky, Arthur Berman, Roger Mandal, AAyron Warshauer, Jay Chapman, Laurence Pearson, Benjamin 

mond Levin, Arron Levine, Jerrold Aronson, Howard Rothberg, David dinger, Bernard Bass, Jack Drexler 
Second row: Gary Adelman, Morrie Much, Ronald Kaiser, Howard Rosenfeld, Edwin Shapiro, Robert Ross, Jerry Pollack, Robert Stone, Judd M 

Reinstein, Michael Fox 
Bottom row: Richard Rosenberg, Donald Waldman, Stuart Shapiro, Ronald Rashkow, Jonathan Kronesberg, David Sidwell, Robert Handelman, Rid 

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Top row: Ronald Kolish, Lowell Schmidt, William Lewis, Paul Elmer, Richard Lanstord, Robert Sarsany, Morgan Cole, Robert Luehring, Harold Meek, Uavid 
Rawciiffe, Phillip Dechow, Thomas Rossing, James Farley, Gary Danna, Richard Luehring, Walter Crowley, Frederick Heasley 

Third row: Dale Dufour, Jerald Rhine, Rodney Sherman, Larry Mitchell, Gordon Malstrom, Russell Putnam, George Sher, Richard Keough, Lavern Altemeyer, 
Bruce Bunkenburg, Louis Landt, Kenneth Marich, David Middlemas, Dean Sheaffer, Hans Ekiund, Allen Schmidt, Charles Boos, Frederick Gustafson, 
Thomas Watson 

Second row: Charles Bednar, Joseph Watson, William Guetschow, George Sfratton, Mrs. Theiss, Dr. Theiss, Robert Siegerf, Walter Justice, Lawrence Rostetteo, 
Robert Ashbrook 

Bottom row: Phillip Siegert, John Eaton, Jay Day, Terry DeWitt, Richard Buchanan, William Trotter, Robert Brunsman, William Howarth, Jackie Franklin, Rob- 
ert Cleveland, Richard Patty, Michael Fleming 

Not in panel: Albert Mulberry, Larry Shrader 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 



308 East Armory 
149 Active Chapters 



Decorations both inside and outside the Tan 
Kappa Epsilon house helped to establish a night- 
club atmosphere lor the annual spring lormal, the 
"Gate Carnation Rouge." A large red and white 
a\vning stretched across the front ol the house, 
emphasizing the French outdoor cafe motif. 

To promote good alumni relations, the Tekes 
hold an alumni roundup every few years and invite 
all graduates back for a weekend. This year a 
banquet was held in the spring to honor Dr. Theiss, 
a recently retired "guardian angel" of the Illinois 
chapter. 

The two men who were chosen as Top Teke of 
the Year and Top Athlete of the Year took the 
highest honors in the field of awards. 

As a service project, the Tekes gave their annual 
Christmas party for the chikhcn at Huling Home 
in Rantoul. 






Officers: Robed Ashbrook, secretary; William Guetschow, treasurer; 
Robert Siagert, president; Charles Bednar, pledge trainer; George 
Stratton, vice president; Walter Justice, chaplain 



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Top row: Ken Lucksinger, Thomas Harper, Robert Thornton, Philip Roberts, Walwyn Trezise, Donald Hartter, Richard Elliol, Edwin Gaylord, Keith Lichten 

waiter, George VanWagner, James O'Brien, William Stephenson, Ronald Viemont, George Stoufin, William Sailor, Wayne Kerchner, Terrence Russell 
Third row: John Frank, Donald Johnston, William Barnstable, Gary Cooper, William Dooley, Robert Mayor, George Smith, Gerald Langkammerer, Robert 

Tewes, John Milne, David Anderson, Jerry Latta, Larry Snyder, James Cocagne, Paul Ingerson, Larry Goldsby, Frank Gassmann, John Limber, Frederick 

McDavitt 
Second row: John Moss, William Terry, John Cushman, James Lytle, Prof. Hill, William Blake, Larry McMullen, Nicholas Carras, James Lewis, Ernest 

Humphrey, Duane Fort, David Saibego 
Bottom row: Francis Musil, Donald Fritz, John Ronk, Harlow Pyfer, David Bean, Hugh Richart, Dennis Diaz, Richard Stack, William Brown, Clyde Benford, 

Frank Koster, Michael Hornsby 
Not in panel: Donald Koenig, Carl Johnson, Ronald Parks, Thomas Hornsby, Wayne Weber, Freeman Schrodt, Richard Starmann, David Lawson, John Griffin, 

James Muirhead 



Theta Chi 

505 East Chalmers 
123 Active Chapters 





Officers— Top row: Larry McMullen, treasurer; Gerald Langkammerer, 

pledge marshal 
Bottom row: Larry Snyder, secretary; William Blake, president; James 

Lytle, vice president 



The Theta Chi's added a unique feature to their 
regularly scheduled Dads Day events last lall by hav- 
ing a lather-son Bridge Tournament. This event was 
a big success on Mothers Day, too. Theta Chi claims 
the title ot being the first house on campus to hold a 
Mothers Day weekend. 

One ol the most popidar events of their social year 
was the annual spring "Go To Hell" dance. Held in 
the caverns of Hades at the chapter house, the dance 
featuretl couples who were dressed as devils, ghosts, 
and skeletons. 

A permanent trophy was awarded to the pledge 
father and pledge son who had the highest combined 
scholastic average. The scholarship program included 
a Steak and Beans Banquet, with those over the house 
average eating steak and those below the average eat- 
ing beans. 




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Top row: Robert Randolph, Floyd Dollerhide, John Schelkopf, Frank Clinton 

Third row: Donald Newcomb, Arnold Skipworth, John Randolph, James Mitchel, Richard White, Robert Reese, Jerry Williams, Robert Boscher, Eugene Abraham 

Second row: Kendall Fugate, Jon French, Neil Wiley, Robert Becker, Elden Volling, Thomas Roley 

Bottom row: James Smith, Thomas Burgess, Terry Tvaroh, Michael TierneV/ Stephen Spunar, Dick Blakemore, Robert Tobiasz, Stanley Karamanol 



Theta Delta Chi 



901 South Second 
29 Active Chapters 



Theta Delta Chi has a unique tradition within 
their chapter. This tradition involves the annual 
pledging ol six girls. This year the girls pledged 
were members oi Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Chi 
Omega, Chi Omega, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, and Gamma Phi Beta. 

The traditional spring pledge dance, "Magna 
Parta," shared its theme with all Theta Delta Chi 
chapters. This medieval name was carried out 
through the decorations — a castle and a moat — and 
the costumes. The boys dressed as knights, while 
the girls came as ladies-in-waiting. 

Tlieta Delta Chi encourages the studies of its 
memliers by giving scholarships. Two $1000 schol- 
arships were given to aid graduate students in their 
field, and $100 scholarships were awarded to the 
two highest undergraduates within the house. 






Officers — Top row: Jon French, treasurer; John Schelkopf, pledge trainer 
Bottom row: Donald Newcomb, rush chairman; Neil Wiley, president; 
Robert Becker, vice president 



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Officers: Lawrnce S n-^ello, e-rrutive msmber at large; James Fraher, 
treasurer; David Laufer, presid Mt; Theodore Johnson, secretary-social 
chairman; Harold Hayward, vice president 



Theta Kappa Phi 



1011 South Sixth 
22 Active Chapters 




The social season ol Theta Kapjja Phi indiided 
a jjledgc claiue, "Dante's Inferno. " A huge black 
bat was put uj^ outside the chapter house, and the 
inside of the house was decorated to represent the 
Inferno. The pledges spon.sored this dance, and 
they also provided the entertainment. 

On Dads Day the chapter members competed 
against their dads in the annual football game. 
Following another Dads Day custom, the boys gave 
a serenade and took their dads along to sing with 
them. 

The active chapter makes two awards annually. 
One award was jjresenled to the outstanding ath- 
lete of the house, who was given a bronze shoe with 
his name on it. The active with the highest scholar- 
shi|) had his name engraved on a gold placpie which 
is kept in the diapter house. 





Too rowt Lasrio Sipos, Charles Foster, Paul Straka, Frank Lupi, Arthur Callahan, Thomas Kinniry, Harold Evans, Robert Coakley 

Thiid row: Gerald Podlin, Thomas Lorenz, Charles De'wiler, Alfred Davis, Carl /Wikhs, Donald Kaiser, Ronald Zachary, George Fatta 

S-C^r.d ro V: Thomas Varner, Lavi^rence Sennello, Harold Hayward, David Laufer, Theodore Johnson, James Fraher, Joseph Abel 

Bottom row: Bruca Knudsen, Kenneth Kozy, Charles Kowzan, James Laufer, Francis Van Hooreweghe, Gerhard Eggebrecht, Donald Ramey 



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Theta Xi 

205 East Armory 
52 Active Chapters 





Officers — Top row: Milton Otto, treasurer; Raymond Becherer, house man- 
ager; David Johnson, social chairman; David Henderson, correspond- 
ing secretary 

Bottom row: James Tough, president; Paul Hagler, vice president 



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Tlie social calendar ol Theta Xi provided some 
ouistaiuling events and good times this year. The 
|)ledge dance was based around an Aztec theme 
lor the first time last tall; it promises to be an 
annual e\ent. Betore the dance, the entire tribe ol 
A/tecs escorted all the girls to the chapter house, 
which had been translormed into the village ot a 
long-lost Aztec tribe. 

1 he cjvernight spring iormal, "May Time," fea- 
imed a Sweetheart Banquet with a picnic the 
loUowing day. 

As in past years, the alimmi gave scholarship 
awards to the active with the highest grade point 
and to the one showing the most scholastic im- 
provement over the previous semester. The chap- 
ter paid the initiation fee tor the outstanding 
pledge selected on the basis of scholarship and 
activities. 




Top row: William Simmons, Richard Sanders, Charles Ramser, Thomas Smith, Glen Malmquist, Richard Ollila, Ronald Harris, George Daughters, LawroiHc MilUr 

Joseph Klieber, William Purdy, William Rau, Mark O'Daniel 
Third row: John Held, Terence Harkncss, Robert Radike, David Wilson, Robert Fahey, William Baumann, Ronald Bjick. David McDowell, Robert Scharff, Jack 

Hojnacki, Richard Kamman, Roy Buckner, Jack Ramey, Patrick Harris, Ralph Merten 
Second row: Jack Bryer, James Knapp, Donald Sittnick, David Hendersen, David Johnson, James Tough, Milton Otto, Stewart Reiman, James Sharp, Robert 

Ci.ikowski 
Bottom row: Orville Krumdick, Robert Lower, Arthur Fitzgerald, Paul Kramer, Edward Rezek, John Golemes, Edward Weiss, Richard Tate, Richard Eddy, Arne 

A.rnalikson, William Fischer 
Not in panel: R.iymond Becherer, Robert Brand, Thomas Colman, Wendell Edwards, Jan Gray, Paul Hagler, William Hartman, Richard Hcerboth, Richard Kresse, 

Ramon Pellegrini, Dean Peterson, Billy Rojas, Robert Serson, Charles Somm ?r, Donald Tonn, Richard Whittaker, Nils Fagerman 



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Triangle 

112 East Daniel 
20 A( live (Chapters 




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Officers — Top row: Alwin Sorensen, recording secretary; Robert Geiser, 

treasurer 
Bottom row: John Unison, corresponding secretary; Darrell Gieseking, 

president; Louis Laske, vice president; Bruce Anderson, commissar 



In the spring, all Triangle chapters ]jarticipatecl 
in the National Basketball Tonrnament held at 
Northwestern. The Triangle Sweetheart, selected 
from among the Triangle fiancees oi all the chap- 
ters, was crowned at the annual dance held after 
the final play-oft. 

The E. E. Bauer Award was presented to the 
outstanding graduating senior who had been most 
active on campus. The pledge with the highest 
grade point was recognized, also. 

Triangle and Sigma Phi Delta competed against 
each other throughout the year in basketball, foot- 
ball, bowling, Softball and horseshoe throwing. 
The winner of these annual events claimed the 
traveling trophy. 

The traditional observance of Founders' Day 
included a dance and a bancjuet. Foimders and 
ahmis were invited to the occasion and made 
s[>eeches at the banquet. 





Top row: Stanley Murphy, Jerome Raskin, Emil Tijan, Robert Anderson, Seymour Vandeursen, John Ames, William Schaulin, Carl Gruber, Henry Timmer, Donald 

Benson, Walter Okon, Herbert Riedemann 
Bottom row: Clarence Hurt, Aldrich Lipka, Robert Geiser, Bruce Anderson, Darrell Gieseking, Louis Laske, Alwin Sorensen, John Unison, George Kometani 

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Top row: kobcrt Hdbb, It^d (-nednidri, Norman Kelm, Donald Simborg, Arthur Glassman, John Metz, Marvin Lipofsky, George Gruner, Sanford JafFe, David 
Sherman, Joel Schwartz, Burton Friedlander, Gerald Pines, Herbert Wolfe, Harry Mathews, Howard Portugais 

Third row: Paul Shapiro, Robert Smith, Larry Leiken, Leonard Gertler, Sfuart Goodman, Donald Bernstein, Paul Hofman, Paul Kupferberg, Alan JafFe, Ned 
Cowan, Michael Goldman, Philip Cowan, Dennis Zeitlin, Paul Lederer, Ronald Fellheimer, Jay Gellerman, David Baum, Michael Brainin, Richard 
Lazar 

Second row: Stephen Harrison, Barry Greenburg, Mark Durchslag, Alan Nudelman, Mrs. Epstein, Allan Gerstein, Sanford Rlchman, Allan Tobias, Edwin Gold- 
man, jay Cohn 

Bottom row: Joel Kupferberg, Ronald Pass, Steven Wales, Stephen Lang, Herbert Abelson, Myron Sidon, Barry Weiss, Harry Stern, Saul Foos, Stuart Cohn, 
Sianley Rosenthal, Allen SigolofT 

Not in panel: Jerome Davis 



Zeta Beta Tau 



907 South Fourth 
49 Active Chapters 

Dinner and dancing at the Champaign Country 
Ckil) were the main attractions ol Zeta Beta Tau's 
traditional winter iormal, "Moonhght and Roses." 

Highlights ot the house athletic schedule were 
the annual Dads Day lootball game against Phi 
Epsilon Pi and the Tri-Chapter Athletic Contest 
i)etween ZBT chapters at Illinois, Missoini, and 
Washington University. 

The ZBT's held service projects for an old folks' 
home and the Girl Scout Cairrp at Lake of the 
Woods. Children from Cunningham Home also 
were entertained by members and their dates. 

The Barry Fogelson Scholarship of $150 was 
awarded to a chapter member on the basis of ac- 
tivities, scholarship, and need; the man who did 
the most for the house on campus and in the fra- 
ternity received the ZBT Man of the Year Award. 






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Officers — Top row: Al.tn J.iflr, srcrctflry; 
Donald Bernstein, treasurer 

Bottom row: Michael Goldman, vice president; Allan Gerstein, presi- 
dent; Richard Lazar, house manager 



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Top row: Robert Fruland, Richard Dandurand, Douglas Rettig, Harry Remmers, Raymond Hall, Thomas Schmitz, Kenneth Lussenhop, David Nordahl, Arthur Dillner, 

David Voelpel, Frank Sullivan 
Third row: Allen Larson, Scott AAurray, Neal Bridgwater, Paul Bennett, William Hinshaw, James AAcCormick, Thomas Holmes, Kent Rothrock, Malcolm Maclean, 

Gordon Rosenberger, Stewart Lewis 
Second row: Donald Wirth, Norman Lawrence, Lyie Sykora, Michael Coleman, Edwin Franklin, John Lane, Robert Stusrud 

Bottom row: Ronald Hess, Robert Dix, Donald Stanfield, Ronald Mizer, Malcolm Langdoc, Alvin Reitz, Donald Fiene, Thomas Bubula, Ronald Gauss 
Not in panel: David Lucas, William Oliver, Larry Kroff, Raymond Pitton, Victor Lukas 



Zeta Psi 

201 East John 
34 Active Chapters 





Officers — Top row: LyIe Sykora, vice president; John Lane, supreme 
council 

Bottom row: Norman Lawrence, supreme council; Michael Coleman, presi- 
dent; Edwin Franklin, treasurer 



For the fiftieth year, Zeta Psi held a Lincoln's 
Day Celebration antl invited historians, authors and 
other famous Lincoln experts. In 1909 one of the 
two original life masks of Lincoln was given to the 
fraternity with some stipulations, including a cele- 
bration to be held each year. 

The Robert C. Bone Award was gixen to the 
pledge who had attained the highest average in the 
semester and who had shown strong character and 
leadership cjiialities. The senior who was in the 
upper fourth of his graduating class and who was 
active both on campus and in the house won the 
Zeta Psi Educational Foimtlation Award. 

In May the spring formal decorations attempted 
to "move the outside inside." A waterfall, pond, 
bridge and natural flowers highlighted the spring 
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Top row; Michael Glassman, Robert Somers, Stei ' : m. iri, Willard Ice, Bruce Phillips, William Radecke, Walter Albers, Seymour Gutzait, Stanley Wiechec, 

Thomas Kaleta, Arnold Hirsch, Robert Scharlach, James Hrouda, Erwin Gold, Roy Shellow, Richard Horwitz, Kenneth Love, Gary Drenk, Lawrence Belgrade, 

Richard Martino, Roger Krolak 
Third row: Gerald Gaffner, Larry Neemann, David Grieve, Donald Steinberg, Louis Wozniak, Daniel Oberle, Clifford Nelson, Carl Lambert, David Drucker, William 

Carr, Richard Forrer, Peter Swanson, Gary Meyer, Bruce Miller, Norman Dean, John Croll, Stanley Rothbardt, Wayne Kammerer, Robert Switzer, David 

Ross, Kent Brown 
Second row: Russell Davis, Bruce Criley, Herman Neuberger, James Doyle, Raymond Willem, Alvin Solomon, Neil Arends, Ronald Rubenstein, Bruce Brammer, 

Donald O'Connell, Daniel Dilts, Edward Stapp, Alphonse Curatolo, Richard Hsieh, Gus Mihalopulos, James Gerstle 
Bottom row: Sheldon Becker, John Rozinsky, Paul Mazmanian, Mark Carey, Gerald Vermeulen, Thomas Matalin, Robert Awe, Terrence Holton, Robert Bruce, David 

Mulvain, Theodore Feineis, Evar Miller, Richard Frantzen, Leslie Nathan, Thomas Suess, James Schejbal 
Not in panel: Stuart Cohen, James Colleen, Richard Craig, Stephen Dilts, David Dubbink, Charles Ekiund, Robert Fredenburgh, Louis Gaiennie, Harvey Geerts, 

Robert Guziec, Peter Hirsch, Joseph Karr, Reginald Kooistra, Donald Kotec'<i. Donald Levin, Jon Passini, Paul Piovesan, Jerry Reich, Douglas Schwantes, 

Robert Shewmaker, Paul Steward, Roger Yanule, Castro Duran, Michael Lapin 



Armory House 



1010 South Second 



Armory House, which is a fairly new residence on 
this campus, is the home of approximately ninety- 
eight University students. The house was officially 
opened in 1957. 

Most of the residents live in five-men suites, 
which are combinations of one double and one 
triple room. Also, distributed among the three 
floors, there are seven double rooms which are not 
connected with any other room. 

Dining the year Armory House had one formal 
each semester as well as having numerous informal 
record dances. One dance, which had been held in 
the past and which probably will become a house 
tradition, was the "Id" costiune dance held to cele- 
brate Freud's birthday. For this dance, the dining 
room in the house was decorated with ink blots 
and otiicr psychological devices. 





OfTicers — Top row: Paul Piovesan, treasurer; Richard Craig, secretary 
Bottom row: Jerry Reich, president; Joseph Ksrr, vice president 



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Officers — Top row Thomas Wimberly, secretary; Daniel Doyle, president; 

Donald Finlayson, vice president; Edward Malecki, I. M. chairman 

Bottom row: Nunzio Casalino, social chairman; Richard Dann, treasurer 



Balmoral Club, lormed in the lall ol 1957, was 
named alter a castle in Scotland by the lounders 
who were ol Scottish descent. 

In addition to two annual lormals, one at Christ- 
mas time and one based on an international theme, 
the club holds record dances and at homes. The 
first international dance, "Tanabata," leatmed a 
Japanese theme and was highlighted by oriental 
entertainment, lavors, and programs. Guests at this 
year's spring event included several cultural min- 
isters from the U.S.S.R. 

Weekly dinners with tacidty metnbers, ministers, 
and local civic leaders gave incoming members a 
chance to become informed on campus and com- 
munity affairs. During the Elite Eight tournament 
games, Balmoral also hosted some twelve high 
school basketball coaches and state officials at a 
dinner belore the final game. 



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402 East Daniel 





Top row: Ray Nowak, William Ripley, }■•'. i- m i, ,i , v, •' i, . k Keegan, Roger Behrens, Donald Roux, Paul Arneson, Karl Schoenincj, Rol^ert Watson, 

James Kase, Jerry Machado, John McLaughlin 
Second row: Ronald Epstein, Edward Malecki, Richard Dann, Donald Finlayson, Neal Ball, Mrs. Roth, Daniel Doyle, Thomas Wimberly, Nunzio Casalino, Joseph 

Jopek 
Bottom row: Robert Fitch, Anthony Naimo, John Linden, James Loftus, Ora Hasser, Kenneth Bernard, Michael Rafner, Carlos Esmeral 



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Officers — Top row: Steven Smith, secretary; Donald Tremper, treasurer; 

Ronald Schmitz, social chairman 
Bottom row: Robert Sands, athletic chairman; Jerrell Clark, president; 

Lewis Frazier, vice president 



At lioiise meetings held every other week, the resi- 
ilents (j1 College Hall anticipated the presentation 
ol "Old Glory." For this so-called award, a trophy 
was given to the member who had committed the 
l)iggest "gool" since the last meeting. 

This year lour athletic awards were given lor the 
first time. A small trophy was awarded to the out- 
standing participants in football, basketball, soft- 
ball, and bowling. In the spring, College Hall's 
four floors competed with each other in basketball. 

Mothers Day Weekend, one of the biggest events 
of the year at College Hall, found the residents par- 
ticipating in the University activities. Although 
meals ordinarily are not served there, the members 
themselves prepared and served the Mothers Day 
Banquet. 




Top row: Frank Ihompkins, Thomas Johnson, Saul Con'.uelos, Howard Hill, Carlos Garcia, Jerry Stout, Roger Shashoua, James Conrad, William Mossner, Jack 

Eden, Hugh Kuehl, Ronald Surrett, Larry Hopper 
Fourth row: Tin Aye, Paul Ballard, Philip Bowen, Joseph Nixon, Aurelio Jazo, Rollin Strohman, John Bartley, John Moore, Norman Ahrens, John Lockner, Craig 

Braun, Alan Cutler, James Hursley, Harold Guard, John Cassioppi 
Third row; Glenn Irwin, James Harvey, Kenneth Branch, Ronald Schmitz, Robert Sands, Lewis Frazier, Jerrell Clark, Paul Hasz, Ronald Trempcr, Steven Smith, 

George Coward 
Second row: Boyd Harrold, Donald Riviere, Sherwood Anderson, Gordon Brown, Khin Than, Harold Tokujo, James Gardner, David Shinsato, Larry McKenzie, 

Russell Funderbury 
Bollom row: Craig McRae, David Joseph, Kyaw Thein, Dennis Neal, Philip Gritten, Earl Stillwell 



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Officers — Top row: Dean Culp adviser; William Doyle, vice president 
Bottom row: Gera!d Goettsche, secretary; Wayne Timm, president; 
Phillip Field, treasurer 



Evans Scholars, a cooperative house, is owned 
and sponsored by the Western GoU Association; all 
men residing there are recipients ol WGA scholar- 
ships. 

One ol the biggest social affairs ol the year was 
the Evans Scholars' national dance, held in Febru- 
ary at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Another 
big event, which was held in the spring, was the tra- 
ditional inter-class golf competition and picnic. A 
trophy and prizes were awarded to the winners. 

All graduating seniors received some kind of a 
personal gift, such as a pen and pencil set, in addi- 
tion to a inock diploma signed by all members of 
the house. 

A traveling trophy went to the winner ol the Rob- 
ert Curtis Brown Outstanding Freshman Award, 
named in honor of a charter member and house 
father. 



Evans Scholars 



206 East Green 
7 Active Chapters 









Top row: Gerald Wolin, Laurence Slana, Walter Lenz, Michael Cleary, James Utaski, Charles Simon, Thomas Tirado, Duane Weis, Robert Kraiewski, Herbert 
Klein, Walter Harrison, David Hanson, James Ellinger, Charles Koch, Fred Flener 

Fourth row: John McEnroe, Edw^ard Sarsha, Guy Marella, Leroy Peterson, Thomas Ewald 

Third row: Francis Sekyra, Tony Quirini, Jason Morgan, Frank Cipriano, Simon Sheridan, Alan Kaur, Arthur Garcia, Ronald Cranford, Kenneth Brady, Mat- 
thew McBride, Anthony Cazolas, Thomas Clark 

Second row: Robert Stanek, Edmund Liss, Roger Bredek, Phillip Field, Wayne Timm, Gerald Goettsche, William Doyle, Samuel Smith, Melvin Krejci, Kenneth 
Shenfish, Francis Bowers 

Bottom row: Edwin Remmert, John Herlihy, John DeReu, William Hayes, Carl Scafidi, Dennis Miller, George Shields, William McVittie, James Tatnall, John 
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Top row: Joaquin Cicero, Nicholas Ross, Richard Blakeley, Bruca Jewell, Robert Siopko, Albert Van Dyke, Gary Hacker, John Reger, John Shepard, Thomas Cleck- 
ner. Dale Sweitzer, Lawrence Martling, Gene Smith, Roger Hertel, Robert Krajcir, William Johnson, Clarence Nelson, Bruce Botsford, James Hogan, Richard 
Blomgren, Gary Estep, Ralph AAuentzer, Kenneth Robinson 

Fourth row: Joseph Sidor, James Albright, Boyce AAcWard, Darryl Albright, Joh i Owen, Melvin Rhodes, Ronald Helms, Eric Orkild, James Prell, Anthony Rich- 
ards, Gary Jones, William Werbach, John Furno, Frederick Sherman, Norman Browning, Donald Muerle, Frank Peterson, Dean Spielman, Jackie Riddle, 
Stephen Paluch, John Gedelman, Robert Howell 

Third row: Joseph Kellen, Allen Stewart, Donald Halog, Donald Smith, Robert Butkus, Glenn Truckenbrod, James Molenaar, Joseph Tomlinson, Gerald Lackey, 
James Keiser, Richard Kleinbeck, Rudy Kight, Fred Rossi, Michael Conran, I d ;jar Berner, Chris Specht, Duane Haning 

Second row: John Pettigrew, Lester Harris, Dallas Kent, Larry AAittendorf, Jon Jenkins, Emory George, James Wright, William James, Dennis Graden, Thomas 
Minton, Thomas Doren, John AAaslan, John Harris, Richard Albright 

Bottom row: Robert Bartram, John Seymour, Laurence Hoben, James Swambar, Burton Fischei, Roger Gusloff, Joseph Gill, Jack Wemhoener, William Jennings, 
Lamar Fesser, Earl Sexton 

Not in panel: Michael Germane, John Ritchey, David Ash, John Bado, Jean Budinger. Joseph Navilio, Terry O'Hara, Roy Dinschel, Robert Wittman 



Granada Club 



1001 South Fourth 



The name for Granada Club was chosen because 
ol the Spanish architectural design in its construc- 
tion. The word Granada designates the name of an 
area in Spain. 

The Rose Room dance, a traditional affair, was 
held last fall in the house lounge. As the name sug- 
gests, roses were the main decorative item. 

Coffee hours and group singing were featured fol- 
lowing the banquets on both Mothers Day and 
Dads Day. Coffee hours were also held after home 
football games. 

As in past years, a scholarship award was made 
by the owners of Granada, Mr. and Mrs. Tuxhorn. 
The grant, given to a freshman, was based on first 
semester scholarship. 

A party held for the cjrphans at the Cunningham 
Home was among the philanthropic projects spon- 
sored by (iranada Clul) this year. 




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Cfficors — Top row: D.irryl Albright, soci.il chairman; Clarence Nelson, IM 

chairman; James Albright, secretary 
Bottom row: James Molenaar, president; John Shepard, vice president; 

Lawrence Martlmg, treasurer 



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Top row: Walter Wilhelm, Julian White, David Tatman, Kenneth Kreitner, Christopher Shinall 

Third row: Riley Walters, Wayne Lundberg, Bruce Bischel, James Reiter, Roy Wachter, William Feddersen, Maran Ding Wa 

Second row: James Elliott, Clayton Miller, James Filler, Robert Hansen, Larry Gillingham, Manfred Rorig, Robert Peckman, James Lesar, Robert John 

Bottom row: Donald Gibbs, Robert Taylor, Frederick Sunning, Jerry Hogan, Donald Lindholm, James Gaffney, Homer Wright 



Koinonia 



409 East Daniel 





Koinonia, a relatively new residence on campus, 
received its name from a Greek word used in the 
Bible to refer to Christian fellowship. The house 
is closely connected with the University Baptist 
Church, and the residents work on many church 
projects. 

Koinonia's traditional events included a dinner 
with Stratford House. Both this affair and a joint 
television program took place dining the Christmas 
season. The T.V. program featmed a choral group 
and readings. 

Other traditional activities held at Koinonia this 
year were the alumni meeting and banquet at 
Homecoming and the football game between new 
and old members. Also on the social calendar were 
the "Kick-Off Capers" dance held in the fall to 
honor the new initiates and a dance sponsored 
jointly with another house. 



Officers — Top row: Homer Wright, treasurer; Frederick Banning, house 

manager; Donald Gibbs, chaplain; Robert Taylor, commissar 
Bottom row; Jerry Hogan, president; Donald Lindholm, vice president 




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Top row: James Wallaerl, Gary Wirt, Joseph McConoghie, Richard Reynertson, Charles Hook, Paul Lindstrom, Anthony Wauteriek 
Second row: Kenneth Dirks, John Hall, William Colby, Lowell Golden, Ronald Schmidt, John Olson, Raymond Koopman, James McCosh 
Bottom row: Tsutomu Tokunaga, John Peterson, Lenard Meyer, William Johnson, Don Nelson, Donald Bartel, Edmund Mason 
Not in panel: Donald Berg, Kenneth Johnson, Richard Dix 



Minawa Lodge 



401 East Green 



In 1941, five Christian students attending the Uni- 
versity ot Illinois saw a need lor and the value ol 
Christians living together while attending the Uni- 
versity. The efforts ot these five and other interested 
Christians resulted in the formation in 1942 ot 
Afinawa Lodge as a cooperative housing iniit. The 
name Minawa is an Indian word meaning "Behold, 
He Cometh." 

Through a directed program of devotional meet- 
ings and Bible studies. Minawa aids its members' 
spiritual growth. During the year, the Gospel Team, 
a group of men from the lodge, went to various 
churches and took over the entire services. Full par- 
ticipation in intramural sports and a nimaber ot so- 
cial functions roimded out the program, giving 
■MuKuva a very adequate schedule ol activities. 






Officers — Top row: Doruikl B.iilfl, vnc piebulidi, Uun Nelson, president; 

William Johnson, tro.lsurer 
Bottom row; Tsutoriiu Tokunaga, secretary; Lenard Meyer, chaplain 



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Officers — Top row: John Woitel, treasurer; Tho 

Donald Passagiia, vice president 
Bottom row: Father Martin, adviser; Robert Gibson, president 



mas Hoog, secretary; 



Newman Hall Residence Club, which is unaffili- 
ated with the other residence halls, has been in ex- 
istence under a new constitution since 1956. 

As in the past, a contest was held in the lall to 
bring in ideas tor a theme lor homecoming decora- 
tions. The Executive Clouncil selected the best one, 
and a cash awartl and trophy were presented to the 
winner. 

At Christmas a collection was taken trom the 
members of the club. The money was used to en- 
tertain twenty orphans from Rantoul. Movies were 
shown, and supper was provitled. Several gifts were 
given to each of the children. 

Two semi-formal dances, one each semester, com- 
prised a major part of Newman's social calendar. 
The spring dance, "Night and Day," included a 
dance on Friday night and a picnic at Lake of the 
Woods on the following day. 



Newman Hall 



604 East Armory 





Top row: James De Pauw, Henry Auchstetter, Robert Nikolai, John Swanson, Matthew Pedote, George Lackey Kenneth Reznicek 
Third row: David Sturhahn, Thomas Knies, Richard Henry, Charles Heidgen, Robert Andris, James Fortier, Wilbert Pichler 
McGunnigal, Gerald Kray, William Eichholz, Philip Tigan, Joseph Roddy, Ronald Spatz, John Brennan 



Clarence Jackson 
Martin Farrell, Keith Ryan, James 



Second row: Father Martin Donald Gurney, Richard Martin, Robert Zimmer, William Sullivan,' Thomas Metzger, John DIuhy, Bernard Rekiere, Andrew Buch, 

David Neville Donald Musholt, Kenneth Miller, Donald Bianchetta, Harry Beach, Paul Koutnik, Franklin Gurney, Father Mackowiak 
Bottom row Father Duncan, George Henkel, John Cisarik, Russell Olson, Robert Gengler, Donald Weiby, Alvin Buggele, Bernard McAndrew, Ronald Ulm, 



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Top row: Melvin Green, Walter Yeranos, James Deyrup, Dean Dickerhoof, Donald Gwynn, David O'Brien, Eugene Humphry, David Gregg, Hans Hess, Jamos Cote, 

Wilmon Chipman, Donald Wenz, John McNary, Patrick Bonsignore, Richard Carlin, David Holcomb, Hisao Kada 
Fourth row: James Fedrick, John Clark, Russell Smith, Walter Gale, Serafino Fusco, treasurer; John Verkade, Charles Carlson, Robert Sievers, Edward Sherman, 

George Fanta, Robert Pearson, Norman Rose, Alexander Jameson, Stuart Grant, Andrew Yethon, John Carson, secretary; Thomas Van Auken, Richard Kurz 
Third row: James Brewbaker, Newton Werner, Richard Bush, Robert BIy, Dr. Juvet, Jack Hausser, Edward Parrish, William Pittman, George Scheele, president; 

George Morgan, Melvin Goldstein, Bryan Sowerby 
Second row: John McWhirter, Andrew Urban, James Griffith, Robert Carlson, Albert Moll, Christopher Michejda, Gene Reck, Jon Isenberg, Patrick Cassidy, James 

Gieseke, George Hicks 
Bottom row: Thomas Tung, Norman Angelo, vice president; Roy Anderson, Evan Buck, John Clancy, Daniel Harnish, Thomas Trousil, Leslie Story 



Alpha Chi Sigma 



GOG West Ohio 
72 Active Chapters 



Bachelor Arms 



304 East Armory 



Top row: Gary Peterson, Gary Strunk, Ronald Grimm, vice president; Wilbur Starky, president; Montgomery Campbell, secretary-treasurer 
Bottom row: Harold Harris, John Rifakes, David Moore, John Ronk, George Morris, Jam.s Holder 
Not in panel: Michael Flynn, Robert Young 




432 




Top row: Allen Jew, Chsng Ngok Chou, Rober, Wilk, Edward Kie'a, Charles Scheck, John Kokan, Robert Lawler, Haro'd Collins, Charles Leung, Soo Tan 
Second row: Donald Margolis, Perry Camodeca, social chairman; Archie Hooser, secretary; Alfredo Carrizosa, vice president; Robert Neumann, president; Philip 

Gresho, AAanuel Ancizar, treasurer; Andrew Andrews 
Bottom row: Howard Robbins, John Klingner, Leslie Schlunz, Diana Clark, Richard Hilton, David Blanchard 



The Browery 

1112 West Oregon 



Calhoun Hall 



1008 South Lincoln 



Top row: Julius Zschau, Robert Gronquist, Theodore James, Paul Gatons, Donald Teague, Jerry Lundry, David Whitfield 

Second row: Ronald Rocke, Wayne Mara, Walter Ginther, secretary-treasurer; KDnne'.h Johnson, president; John Shaffer, vice president; Terry Henry, social 

chairman; Robert Cicigoi 
Bottom row: William Heffernan, Max Mitchell, Paul Clark, Homer Tice, William Smith 
Not in panel: William James, Ronald Worstell, George Talbott 





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Top row. K,.-i,,;.il: v\.ni.L;hren, Bart Bertolino, Jack Marcacci, Robert Slanford, Robert Hwit/, Mr.r,,, l,,.r>.i, l',L!,,,id ..ni Wueldun, Chark-. Kully, Anhur Reisman, 

Harvey chaphk, social chairman; James Yarrow, Leonard Kut, James Forrester, iredsurer; Robert f-isher, Jerry Swalley, Paul Franciscovich, Alfred Dittnch 
Third row: Edward Gray, Elmer Reis, Harry Sachrison, Robert Nelson, George Freese, Alvin Hand, Jerry Snively, William Devey, Gene Ahlquist, David Preves, 

David Ulfeng, Lyndel Davis, Robert Piper, John Hooking, Graig Campbell 
Second row: Richard Frank, Horst Konrad, Philip McKendrick, Marshall BischofF, George Schauner, Thomas Scannell, Jon Winston, Charles Brandt, David Paoni, 

Kenneth Barnabee, Carroll McGinnis, Buckley Singletary, Jerry Meyer, James Ashley, Leroy Davis, Daniel Gutierrez 
Bottom row: Edmund Williams, Donald Heitler, Charles Aschbrenner, David Butts, secretary; Ronald Hemmer, president; Gary Haiford, James Woell, William 

Arloff, vice president; Robert Yamamoto, Harold Schindewolf, Richard Thalman 
Not in panel: William Boros 



Campus View Lodge 



1116 West Nevada 




flash cards . . . call numbers . . . concentration plus 



stately arch . . . flashing sabres . . . envious on-lookers 



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Top row: Forresl Tellis, Karel Liem, Gary Tally, Mohammed Acktar, Jamil Khan, Leon Narbutis 

Second row: Dhano Vaswani, Hemant Sathe, Peter King, Theodorus Ruys, Lawrence Branch, John Hopkins 

Bottom row: Vieri Nardini, Lawrence Leavitt, Alan Barry, A. K. Rahman 



Cosmopolitan 



605 East Daniel 



Exmoor 



907 West Illinois 



Top row: Fred Bishop, James Webb, Terry Marlow, Carl Dockendorf, Warren Richardson, Phillip Nelson, Frank Albert, Lawrence Joiner 

Third row: Raymond Tomasko, Paul Anderson, Thomas Lowary, Thomas Krigas, Mario Parnisari, James Hurst, Rodger Rothert, Theodore Johnson, Kenneth Blakey 

Second row: Donald Goldberg, Joseph Palkovic, vice president; Mrs. Pierson, Robert Thatcher, president; George Leno, treasurer; Fred Anderson 

Bottom row: Robert Buser, Dennis Duffield, Robert Szumal, P^ul Durr, James Baker, Alan Schauer 



435 





Top row: Jerome Raskin, Edward Wilson, Richard Graves, Ronald Bowman 

Third row: Leo Kruenegel, James McGuire, Richard Eicksfeadt, John Locke, Richard Waldman, Alan Rogin 

Second row: Frank Fend, Carl Strand, Brian Caplan, John Robards, Robert Piskie, Frederick Wettering, Seraflno Menzietti, Patrick Parrilli, 

Edward Bonduront 
Bottom row: Arnold Caplan, William Fay, Hided Idehara, president; Conrad Fialkowski, secretary; Mrs. Clower, John Henry, vice president; 

treasurer; Robert Riebau, Horst Seyferth 



John Calamos, 
Allan Larsen, 



Four Columns 



305 East John 



Garmen 



409 East Green 



Top row: Ray Anderson, James Schneider, James Matthews, Robert Doepp, vice president; David Schoonover, James Friedrichs, James Dodge, Dale Houston 
Second row: Stuart Hawbaker, Robert Kukia, social chairman; Dale Lytton, Mark Templeton, president; Mrs. Garms, James Smith, secretary-treasurer; Walter 

Hahn, Lawrence Oder 
Bottom row: Richard Renfro, Larry Brown, Gerald Quade, Stanley Reitz, Robert Bell, Roy Thackeray 
Not in panel: James Reagan, Louis Stannard 



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Top row: Wayne Blunier, Willard Slepel, Edwin Walker, Robert Sipp, Delberf Dahl, Kendall Cole, Richard Walter 

Third row: Charles Biekelhaupt, Jerry Hays, Heston Wesson, Donald Meyer, Robert Senior, Larry Bandy 

Second row: Donald McAtee, Jerome Bradley, Kenneth Esgar, Lyie PfeifFer, Floyd Roberts, Robert Brackebusch, Bert Fringer 

Bottom row: John Woods, pledge chairman; Elmer Eckert, vice president; James Gay, president; Walter Younker, secretary; James Bugg, treasurer 



llli-Dell 



706 South Goodwin 



IHiknights 



mini Union 



Top row: Charles Thomas, Larry Fehrenbacher, Victor Pozzi, John Koepke, John Dalany, James Blome 

Second row: Robert Gebelt, secretary; Gary Wells, president; Robert Baker, treasurer; Dean Dunbar, vice president 

Bottom row: Victor Ferrante, William Pefefish, John Dietrich, Phillip Hess, Richard Branson 

Not in panel: Roy Hitch, Kenneth Becker, Thomas Heffern, John Klobuchar, ThomJS McGrath, Lawrence Turner 



437 





Top row: Richard Marin, social chairman; Alvaro Barrera, Juan Barretocaipa 

Second row: Harry Miller, Harris Rubin, Warren Adams, Stanley Kaski, Marc Roberson, Jerome O'Donnell, David Schilling, secretary-treasurer 

Bottom row: Alvaro Infante, Angel Rodriguez, Hernando Lesmes, Ronald Klein, president; Heberto Pachon, Robert Retel, vice president; Charles Brown 

Not in panel: Robert Berke, Jeremiah Fruin, Alan Brody, Uldarico Posada, Ronald Goldberg 



mini Lodge 



810 West Oregon 



King's Kastle 



906 South Sixth 



Top row: Gene Brieser, Douglas Pihl, William Keeffer 

Third row: Adolph Micheli, Larry Simmons, Louie King, Charles Glover 

Second row: Lonial Lovellete, Richard Snazelle, Donald Fischer, William Scott, Derald Doehring 

Eottom row: lim ■= <", hh =^rrj| r"-,r jasurer; Philip Catalano, social chairman; Kenneth Stickel, pres:d;nt; Jam;s PioDger, vice president; Robert Schleuning 




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Top row: William Ingram, Dwain Wright, Barry Hynd 

Second row: Harold Smith, Sherril Glover, Ronald Knake, Benjamin Vogel, social chairman 

Bottom row: Gene Buhrmester, vice oresidenf; Orville Teske, president; Raymond Crum, secretary-treasurer 



Lookout Manor 



903 West Green 



The Mansion 



410 East Green 



Top row: Edward Kanak, Harvey Sherman, Glenn AAikyska, Wiiliam Stephens, Gary Hough, William Heacock, John Buick, Stephen Berry, Donald Baker, Albert 
Melone, Raymond Kolojay, Gerald Page 

Third row: Stanley Nash, George Zinser, Thomas Pawlowski, Gerald Jack, George Knuth, William Kubitz, Robert Carlson, Gerald Meiiinger, John Reher, Don- 
ald Partney, Ronald Sawyer, Ronald Brewer, Richard Almquist, Michael Kiefer, Ronald Knapp 

Second row: David Bachelor, John Maenpaa, Richard Maede, Richard Lay, president; Richard McKinlay, treasurer; Laurence Johnson, vice president; Milton 
Fistel, secretary; George Balasky, David Schaefer, James Clauson, social chairman 

Bottom row: Wayne Welter, Stephen Gay, Neil Keeley, Silva Osorio, Thomas Burkhart, Norman Sobiesk, John Winthrop, Michael Hyman, Richard Sigrlst, 
Denis Burnett 

Not in panel: John Anderson, Daniel Blake, Walter Gunn, Norman Ridel I 



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Top row: Ronald Bird, Lawrence Richardson, Robert Pinkel, Daniel Adami, Norman Virden, Robert Snyder, Harold Peelman 

Second row: Howard LanghofF, Donald Bell, Bobby Hartleroad, Boyd Coats, Thomas Wiles, Donald Hobbs 

Bottom row: Dennis Steinbach, secretary; Gale Hill, social chairman; Robert Patrick, treasurer; Charles Miller, vice president; Ronald Ekstrom, president 

Not in panel: Robert Grequrich, James Whittington 



Markland House 



406 East John 



Medea Lodge 



412 East Green 



Top row: Robert Groemlrng, ^im Um. Wing Chiu Leung, John Wheeler, Thomas Grifflng, Bobby Scheller, Neil Rendall, Willard Stanley, Joseph Mazur, Wesley 
Hosken, Ronald Lamer. Lyie Smith, Louis Kuzmarskis, Allen Carlson, Vidmant Prikockis, James Wabol, Dennis Thompson, John Bjornseith, Robert 
Shaw, Gary Western, James Vernon, Dincer Okay, Houshmand Mirfakhrai 

Second row: Roy Biondi, Thomas Pacer, Mat! Tiitus, Santos Prieto, Robert Filers, David AAayhak, Kurt Irmischer, John Striet, Gene Helen, John LaCost, Ed- 
ward Harenza, Edmund Radavicius 

Bottom row: John Smith, Ronald Darroch, George Miller, John Lemak, vice president; Alan Troxel, secretary; Vernon Cassens, treasurer; James Haas, social 
chairman; Bernard Thompson, president; George Bush, Gerhardt Mohr, Charles Stoddard 

Not in panel: George Kleist, Stephen Chen 




440 




Top row: George Willhite Jim Smith, Ken Brynjolfsson, John Pennington 
Bottom row: Cal Sifferd, Steve Lucas, Gary Bronstein, Leon Knowles 



Executive Council MRHA 



Barton Heights, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Joseph Wang, David Rewerls, Don Mueller, Glenn Jevert, Roger DeVries, James Whitmore, Sam Narkinsky, Robert Bixler, Tom Hiatt, Donald Fritz 
Second row: Jonathan Kaplan, Lynn Gray, Ron Fritsch, president; David Yates, social chairman; DeAlton Smith, treasurer; Howard Winet, vice president; David 



441 






Top row: H,,i. Id Sirbek, Kenneth Rodda, Jules Falzer, Robert Spry, Walter Gilmore, Danilo Arangelovich, Carl DeMarco, John Hockman, Larry HofFman, Mi- 
chael Neff, Robert Hartley, Raymond Hadley 

Third row: Kenneth AAorge, Sidney Bernstein, Lawrence Kohlenberger, Bernard Thiel, William Hoffmann, John Sweetnam, Jeffrey Agate, Carl Jacobs, Gerald 
Grethen, John Tascher, Thomas Glass, Reyner Roller, Richard King, Howard Wolfman, Jack Gieck 

Second row: Prasert Songtis, Wilbur LefTers, Arnold Wolochuk, vice president; Walter Harmer, president; William AAonge, John Becker, scholastic chairman; 
Gary Packard, secretary; Stuart Posselt, Robert Griesbaum 

Bottom row: Lowell McKirgan, Thomas Barrett, Charles Wynne, Darryll Boos, Joseph Adams, Richard Mann, Daniel Comp, James Edwards 



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Barton Place, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Clark II. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 






Top row: John Seully, William Lax, Donald Jacobs, Stephan Coweiti, Walter Huber, Edward Jenkins, Ralph Shemik, Stanton Ascher, Gary Elias, Charles 

Moore 
Second row: Carl Hayes, John Lind, Don Lucchesi, James Halstead, vice president; Iruen Kephart, president; Gary Major, Jack Hoffman, social chairman; 

James Vanatta 
Bottom row: Roger Stange, Dale Fencken, Robert Buritz, Jay Distenfleld, Jack Archer, Larry Lackey, Robert Fruin 




442 




Top row: Walter AAair, Marvin Wahl, James Hudson, John Murawski, George Wierig, Walter Kotula, Richard Strain, Russell Reuter, Barry 

Allen, Curt Mapes 
Second row: John Collins, Martin Roth, Robert Wade, Dave Schutz, president; Ward Miller, vice president; Martin Weisberg, Wilfred Gil 
Bottom row: Larry Rule, David Lee, Manuel Xanthakis, David Leong, Philip Robbins, Rodney Parks, Larry Tinberg 
Not in panel: Joel Sw/artz, secretary 



Clark III & IV. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Flagg House, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Lester Jensen, Thomas Peterson, Ronald Ralph, John Stencel, Roy Lilly, Allan Fielder, Wade Freeman, Harold D'Orazio, Paul Webb, Jon Sand- 
berg, Harry Simmons, Reginald Yeatman, Jere Murphy, Robert Marks, Donald Conroy, Thomas Ostendorf, Kenneth Hahn 

Third row: Donald Gehle, Richard Holmgren, Richard Wallace, Robert Reiter, William Galuhn, Charles Krasneck, Frank Majeske, Robert Williford, Stephen 
Colburn, Clyde Freeman, Stanley Weiss, Ralph Bunting, Robert Richert, Arthur Greiner, Marvin Hansen, Peter Kramer, Richard Purdy, Leonard Johnson, 
Harvey Whitfield 

Second row: Robert Douglas, Charles Russell, Michael Norman, Thomas Murley, scholastic chairman; Joseph Kinsey, George Willhite, president; Wayne 
Patke, treasurer; Anion Francis, Samuel Goldberg, secretary; William Harrison, Howard Miura 

BoUom row: Joseph Salva'o, Larry Zimmerman, Gerald Orr, Fred Rosenbaum, Merrill Eisenstein, Nocdet Ayik, Donald Gordon, William McCIurg, Lowell Grif- 
fith, Norton Sterneck, James Partyka 






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Top row: William Roose, secretary; Alan Drum, Daniel Blodgeft, David Byrnes, Charles Miller, David McCloud, William Johnson, John Ward, Gabriel Forero, 

Raymond Fortin, Keith Kidwell 
Bottom row: Kent Smith, Bruce Solberg, Kenneth Reier, James Seybold, president; Patrick Davis, Carmen Corsetti, Robert Skarshaug, vice president 



Forbes L M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Forbes II East, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Howard Smulevitz, Charles Freeman, David Moeller, Eddie Young, Ira Satyr, Scott Johannsen, Barry Livingstone, David Moskovitz, John Schmid, 
David Smith, Russell Swisher, Marc Dahman, Roy Moeller, Lawrence Miller, Clint Cleveland, Gilbert Zoglin, Barney Clamage 

Third row: Robert Crawford, Michael Breza, Stuart Mash, John Bielenberg, Belden Fields, Miles Adier, Charles Bley, Myron Cohen, Raymond Burfeind, Ger- 
ald Hoff, Richard McCormick, James Launer, Ronald Johnson, Richard Hill, William McVinnie, Donald Launer, William Donahoo 

Second row: Franz Roehmann, Edward Asato, Kenneth Burch, social chairman; N\ax Sinkler, secretary; Steward Agoos, treasurer; Thomas Bradley, vice presi- 
dent; James Treftl, president; Harvey Shepard, scholastic chairman; Michael Piatt, Thomas Arzt 

Bottom row: Robert Burnett, Alex Zakson, David Lamb, Friedoon Hakiman, Samuel Solomon, Gerald Ettinger, Francis Saliamonis, Robert Jesko, Gordon 
Cotell, Jack Lieberman, Albert Wanniger 

Not in panel: Alfred Blatter 




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Top row: Salvatore Prainito, John Werner, George Mishos, Frank Morrell, Peter Toulios, Gary Dumas, Norman Alpers, Robert Jones, Frank Scherschel, Thomas 

Barrett, Byron Beck, Tassoss Nassos, Allen Lewis, Joseph Borgra, Allen Greenberg, Thomas Balla 
Third row: Thomas Mosillo, Earl Paddor, Michael McGraw, Allan Lamos, Jerry Schlatter, Charles Hudson, Harold Hoyer, James Clark, Charles Rushing, James 

Brackett, David Sfacey, Arnold Brodsky, Irwin Rosen, Theobald Kauth, Nickolas Paladino, Joseph Pololsky, Thomas Olesker 
Second row: Joseph Gregorich, Richard Jones, Raymond Niccolai, Robert Brownson, Donovan Stevens, Robert Mintz, Karl Lindberg, president; Lee Weiner, 

Vance Stevens, Alvin Green 
Bottom row: Edward ZimbrofF, Allan Olson, Edward Kaiura, Robert Covelli, Willard Johnson, Clarence Stein, Norman BIaz, Sammuel Stelzer, Kermit McKemie, 

Robert Tobinski, Guy Castino 



Forbes II West, M.R.H 

1215 South Fourth 



Forbes III East. M.R.H 



1215 South Fointh 




William Harris 
Not in panel: John O'Donnell, Mike Magida, Richar'd Sohn, Roger Helm, Ralph Love, Raymond Giometti, Larry Grammer, Alan ' 
ard Smith, William Cage, Ernest Dimonte, Dennis Wagner, Stuarf Goldsand, Russell Lissuzzo, Norman Hunt, Richard Ma 
Miller 



Grammer, Alan Caldwell, Carl Klehm, Rich- 
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445 




Top row: Bruno Ast, John Mikulski, Gary Bronstein, Bruce Stadwiser, Darwin Decker, Merle Krause, Gene Conway, Gehrig Robinson, Lowell Schroecier, Gerald 

Silverberg, William White 
Third row: Glenn Cherfkow, Roger Cooper, William Weifzman, Douglas Chester, Terrell Henrikson, Wayne AAadsen, Elwyn Henning, Ward Malisch, Ralph 

Leonard, William Chastain, Barry Seiller, George Collins 
Second row William Huston, Harry Rowell, James Carberry, vice president; Robert Frame, president; Frank Schilling, Howard Berline, secretary; Robert 

Krimmel, Harrison Thornley 
Bottom row: David Arkin, Carl Jenson, Harold Edmonson, Michael Bartlett, Robert Becker, Bert Trilling, Jerrold Polterock, Rupert Krieg 



Forbes III West M.R.H 

1215 South Fourth 



Forbes IV East. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Norman Eezane, John Coombes, Earl Anderson. Delbert Anderson, Larry Pitner, Charles Ptacek, Lyie Clary 

Third row: Joseph Felious, Edward Windom, Charles Chicon, Richard Hadley, Ronald Fairbanks, Robert Barcus, Eric Littleford 

Second row: Howard Pattis, treasurer; James Staif, James AAuskal, president; Jack Jelinek, vice president; Kenneth Archer, social chairman; Richard Ehrman, 

secretary 
Bottom row: David Bouque, John Grzybowski, Maurice Sanderman, Arnold Boron 




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Top row: Edward Ripper, John Sebesta, Aaron Grau, John Deal, David Hamrick, Jon Anflnsen, Karl Gardner, Kevin MacKinnon, Dean Rogeness, Gary Kuy- 
kendall, Richard Olhava, Kenneth Rodeck, Eugene Boras, Dennis Blevit 

Third row: Gerald Rocke, Ronald Fox, Thomas Dow, Leonard Gordon, Warren Bauer, John Williams, James Collins, Dennis Novak, Robert Ladd, Gerald Boon, 
Loraine Parker, Theodore Nelson, Bradley Martin, George Pecoraro, Richard Isaacs 

Second row; George Waldo, John King, treasurer; Stanley Short, Charles Daigh, Jay Daskal, president; Jack Cavanah, vice president; Franklin Durr, secre- 
tary; John Riemer, social chairman; Raymond Powell, scholastic chairman 

Bottom row: Allen Edwards, Emil Isaacson, James Carmichael, John Blllingsley, Michael Dunne, Stephen Wilk, Vernon Deason, Theodore DeRousse 



Forbes IV West M.R.H 

1215 South Fourth 



Garner L M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Thomas Hein, John Kurinsky, Charalambous Anagnostopoulos, vice president; John Ewing, Melvin Sunshine, Howard Dixon, Gary Oline, Paul Bol- 

liger, Donald Irving, Marvin Citro, Paul Jensen, Ira Frank 
Bottom row: Roger Bredek, Hilding Carlson, Thomas Jones, Allan Jandera, Glen Bellows, James Grubs, president; Byron Grant, George Post 
Not in panel: Robert Barrett, Roger Robinson, Jack Spring, Frank Vecera, David Potter, Charles Donnel, Leon Keller, William Wilken, Charles Watson, Paul 

Massey, James Hutchins, David Ager, George Hill, Gilbert Jandera, Gary Ervin, Robert Drew, Dennis Hohlbaugh, Kenneth Lemke, Thomas Linde, 

Robert Gangala, James Wolfe, Harold Chenault, Charles Lee 



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Top row: Terry Putman, Gerald Starybrat, Ted Beauer, George Svihia, Robert Faydash, James Loblaw, Ernest Schalk, Harold Friborg, Ronaid Benson, Russell 

Keung 
Third row: Richard Prodehl, Loren Felts, Raymond Vossler, Martin Einhorn, John Heidbreder, John Carlson, Glen Alexander, Joseph Ewert, Frank Gronberg, 

Roy Freeman, Harold Diercks, Harry Westfall, Jack Kenyon 
Second row: Guillermo Yepes, John Antonson, Phillip Deckowitz, Richard Weiss, Ken Gunji, president; Charles Jones, William Schwebke Richard Kasfen 

William Weseloh 
Bottom row: Ernest Collins, Gabriel Barbosa, Bernal Augusto, Ronald Schroeder, Lloyd Chase, Ronald Shoemaker, Edward Zak, Silvio Argentin 



Garner II East M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Garner II West. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Richard Williams, David Lucas, Joseph Calusio, Richard Wilkin, George Annes, David Raske, Ronald Temple, John Bardsley, William Archer, Charles 

Schmitz, Rodney Jacobs, Harvey Cohen 
Third row: Steve Heller, Norman Friedman, Marvin Sanderman, Gerald Thoeming, Martin Knott, Donald Gifford, Norman Haskell, Robert Endres, James 

McClintock, William Stach, Milton Janosky, William Storz, Lee Copeland, Charles Dukes, Marvin Gravit, John Cozza 
Second row: Stephen Burkett, secretary; Lyie Lipe, Marvin Klapman, Ronald Gendrich, president; Earl Massel, treasurer; Sanford Passman, Robert Lipschultz, 

Edvi/ard Lawton, Steve Colburn 
Bottom row: George Tzakis, Philip Woodhouse, Robert Bowman, James Atwood, Leon Harlan, Richard Geer, Thomas Cotton, Robert Russell, Gary Chesney 
Not in panel: Raymond Possehl, vice president 




448 




Top row; Paul AAabus, Jolin DufF, Carroll Eichhorn, Allen Swanson, Robert FenJon, Richard Burgoyne, Randall Johnson, Knud Bsrge, David Manning, Dejus^tce 

Coleman, Arthur Bielby, Frank Chen, Kwan-Shei Chen, Ethan Blackaby, Warren Suzuki, Norbert Chutrau 
Third row: Jack Jasin, William Hosford, Wayne Stump, Donald Wilson, Floyd Hayes, Donald Chow, John Brucker, Jon O'Neill, Karl Kuhlmann, Robert Medrow, 

Clayton Haferkamp, Roy Swenson, William Robb, Donald Fisher, David Yaeger, Paul Foreman, Peter Donaiek, Edward Allen, John McKnight, Walter Baran 
Second row: Kenneth Jauch, Boren Haynes, vice president; Walter Thompson, treasurer; Richard Jauch, secretary; Kenneth Brynolfsson, president; Carl Zon, 

social chairman; Peter Hemingway, John Lattimore, Jerome Carroll, Egon Kahn, Lester Greenberger 
Bottom row: Ernie Haisley, Ronald Jensen, Jose Barragan, James Stutsman, Steve Novak, Harold Evans, Robert Hurt, Philip Landis, Kwang Tan, Kenneth Zwierz, 

Donald Marszaiek, Gene Cuttone 
Not in panel: George Kerr, Ernest Millon 



Garner III East M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Garner III West. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Sidney Sachs, Dale Drolet, Ramon Echenique, Philip Greenberg, Donald Henderson, David Ahlberg, Jerome Konecki, Leon Kowalski, Bruce Becker, 

Carl Bell, William Bruce, Paul Wood, Ronald Zung, Martin Ignazito 
Third row; Ken Vondrak, Martin Chasen, William Bridgeland, Ronald Reich, Paul Benz, David Mason, Charles Gross, Warren Silver, Donald Muth, Raymond 

Hanson, Thomas Nahnsen, Charles Hendrix, Robert Potter, Darryl Pirok, Lee Jensen, Wolfram Kollacks, Karl Steckmann 
Second row: Daniel Roberts, Leon Knowles, Darwin Abby, Thomas Dziubala, social chairman; John Austin, vice president; Thomas Hemminger, president; John 

Neumann, secretary-treasurer; Michael Geller, William Masterson, Carl Gak 
Bottom row: Alan Knopf, Alan Schenk, Charles Oberle, Wayne Bongianni, William Johnson, James Biba, Gus Kozina, Terry Johnson, Michael Pollack 
Not in panel: Robert Adams, Harold Baker, John Berglund, Wallace Christenholz, Jack Cornell, Robert Davis, Frank Dindia, Mark Dyer, Robert Fosdick, Donald 

Greenwood, Roger Grissom, Robert Kavicic, Ronald Klein, Dennis Koniecki, Clemens Loew, Gerald Levy, Melvin Lewis, Lawrence Lilly, Arthur Skwerski, 

John Walker, Kiyoshi Wakumoto, John Weld, Leo Wysocki 



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Top row: Brian Wolfberg, Louis Fcin.jdl.l, Kenneth Pennington, Fortst [),Vor, W 

Henry Dieringer, Arthur Tennell, Roy Anderson, Tom Bennett, Joseph Pal 
Third row: Jerrodd Horberg, Kenneth Cochrane, Wilham Winn, John Rettenma 

Robert Bohlen, Kenneth Valentas, Max Allison, Joel Van Dyke, Donald B 
Second row: Frank Lorenz, Joseph Yadron. William Lieber, treasurer; Thomas J 

vice president; Robert Cheatham, scholastic chairman; Bruce Strausberg, L 
Bottom row: Wayne Farwell, Selwyn Schwartz, Toby Chapman, John Stiles, Aa 

Bruce Stafford 
Not in panel: Thomas Bankendorf, Michael Barton, Richard Bose, William Brow 

Robert Guilleman, Lowell Hedrick, Ralph Holm, Robert Jebelian, Alan K 

Patrick Palm, Richard Pawlow, Victor Polich, Virgil Pulliam, Burton Rose 

Richard Twarowski, Robert Zimring 



erner Holzer, Dorrence Brucker, William Payne, William Voss, Ralph Folkerts, 

ermo, Kenneth Bolen, Hiroshi Kanno, James Antczak 

yer, Jorge Abaddenis, William Macaitis, Kenneth Husak, Robert Matheson, 

tz, Wilbur Renken, George Mills, Edwin Reuter, Carol Lang, Robert Gaston 
ohnson, secretary; Harvey Feingold, Donald Johnson, president; Robert Philipp, 

y Cooper, social chairman 
ron Johnson, Michael Eyer, Jan Finder, Thomas Bloom, Michael Esselstrom, 

Louis Fabbri, Cary Fox, Tomm Franks, Leslie Grusin, Richard Guilleman, 
nopf, Robert Lewis, Herbert Lipman, Guillermo Mayorganestler, James McCreery, 
nthal, Alan Schenk, Eugene Sheim, Howard Sirinsky, Gene Slater, Floyd Tuler, 



Garner IV East, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Garner IV West. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourili 



Top row: Williain Unverferth, James Kashmier, Robert Armstrong, Donald Collins, Gerald Rosengren, Ross Bunting, Thomas Kennedy, Robert Kinkade, David 

Elowson, Gerald Silverman, Thomas Chinnock, Michael Lowenstein, Paul Adkins, Bruce Fischer 
Third row: Richard Helgren, John Ellingson, Leslie Dean, Larry O'Dell, Law/rence Wolfley, Denis Petersen, Charles Slack, Harry Bourn, Marino Bruni, James 

Greep, James Mann, William Schofield, Donald Myer, Robert Morgan, Robert Ward, Darrell Rutter 
Second row: Russell Chan, Daniel Woiwode, Neil Richter, James Dudle, treasurer; Bernard Bishup, president; Egon Babler, vice president; Michael Coburn, 

secretary; Bruce Stangeland, Max Adamski 
Bottom row: Thomas Lasser, Leonard Dojnik, Robert Hall, Albert Nagele, Steven Gold, Edward Duffy, Michael Aufrechf, Grant Strandberg 




450 







Top row: David AAcGaughey, George Van Lear, James Uresmai, Jay Mitchell, Richard Meiinder, secretary; William Kappner, Peter Duskey, Joseph Coddington, 

John Schlafer, Larry Howa''d, Charles Davison, Michael Moses, David Lohman 
Second row: Harold Jones, Robert Wilson, social chairman; Stanley Trumbull, Henry Grynbaum, Williarr, Tygett, president; Eugene Weiss, Steven Wess- 

ling, Ken Velten, John Petlicki, scholastic chairman 
Bottom row: Maurice Bau, Albert Bacigalupo, Carl Fausey, Clarence Peifer, Thomas Reichert, Gary Watt, William Zartman, Robert Doeden 



Hopkins I M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Hopkins II East M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Marshall Ander, George Frey, John Notley, Robert Lee, Milton Nevrenchan, David Osmundsen, Leonard TIapa, Carl Dyer, Frank Marousek, William 

Millis, Phillip Sipiora, James Riddle, Albert Wendt, Richard Vicenzi 
Third row; Frederick Best, Patrick Landi, Neal Senti, William Quehl, James Dillon, Louis Tognacci, Michael Larkin, Harl Ryder, John Groenier, Stanley 

Schaumburg, Stanley Ashmore, Walter Opasik, Gerald Nykaza, Raymond Kotrba, Fredrick Espenschied 
Second row: Garrett Mehok, Paul Lee, scholarship chairman; Fred Witthans, social chairman; Allan Levine, vice president; Chester Grenda, president; Richard 

Wu, secretary-treasurer; Raymond Anis, Jordan Marzano 
Bottom row: James Stewart, Adolphus Dabney, Stephen Krashen, Peter Kahon, Roger Kohan, Ronald Goldstein, Charles Ludw^a, Bruce Chertow 



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Top row: Derrell Jones, Thomas Finch, Robert Ward, Lonnie Frye, Robert Richter, Marion Reinhardt, John Ogden, Robert Parshall, Joseph Hobbs, Raymond 

Hubbs, James Buncher, Lloyd Davis, Bruce Warden, James Hall, Glenn Debs, Donald Jeschke, Percy Petersen 
Third row; David Peterson, Victor LiM, David Miller, David Garrison, Donald Haddon, David Covin, William Peterson, Karl Sandberg, Robert Burton, Paul 

Zakaras, Robert Kramp, Peter Schultz, Ron Graham, William Murphy, Norman Patterson, James Sloan, Richard Schmitz, Mark Bassett, Ronald Hall 
Second row: James Sandeno, scholastic chairman; Donald Brumlik, treasurer; Frederick Pious, secretary; Frank Sulhoff, vice president; Alan GIbbs, president; 

Marvin Weiss, Gaylloyd Smith, social chairman; Mendiburu Ortega, John Peterson, Raymond Oakley 
Bottom row: Thomas Dunn, John Temple, Fred Wills, Barry Rebuck, Mike Myers, Ernest Ha I per in, Robert Mark, Gerald Fehd, Salvatore Dispensa, James 

Young 



Hopkins II West M.R.H 

1215 South Fourth 



Hopkins III East M.R.H 



1215 South Founh 



Top row: Michael Gallagher, Richard Johnson, Raymond Arndt, Wayne Banchik, Robert Arbogast, Richard Walsh, Robert Dunbar, Joseph Davis, Marvin Putze, 

Chuck Sprowl, James Florreich, James MacDonald, Jerome Cohen, Martin Schachner 
Third row: Robert Strunck, Richard Reisinger, Lawrence Korshak, Theodore Johnson, William Kerr, Harprit Sandhu, William Best, Don Halliday, Bruce Keck, 

Charles Kerr, Jerold Engle, James Laude, Wesley Dixon, John Granger, David Hancock 
Second row: Michael Melleby, scholastic chairman; Lonny Hoover, Jerrold Raffel, secretary; Dean Hayes, treasurer; Lee Harvey, president; Earl Goldstein, vice 

president; Carl Lutrin, Jon Vonachen, Murray Zimiles, social chairman 
Bottom row: Morris Gross, Louis Stone, S'ephen Kroil, Vincent Rieck, Arthur Hayano, Gary Grant, Roger Schlarb, Nicholas Runde, John Sakal 
Not in panel; Richard Goddard, Lav^/rence Bloom, Ronald Ehrhardt, John Burian, Douglas Hopkins, Donald Feldman 




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Top row: Dallas Navolt, Frank Biersach, Timm Smith, Richard Ziccarelli, Roger Kuhlemeyer, Alfred Shapiro, John Seavey, Richard Girth, James Kraft, James 

Butkus, Don Schneider, John Bergman, Arnold Hoffman, Bernard Swiontek, James Patchett, Lano Toepfer, John Helm 
Third row: Larry Chapman, William Chambers, Lee Freedlund, Earl Salsman, Steve McNamara, Glenn Toyofuku, William Crabbs, Paul Alexander, Bruce 

Bailey, Roy Anderson, Joseph Sosnowski, Joseph Wdowiarz, Richard Harnist, Kurt Simon, Thomas Hecht, David Dyroff, William Herzing, Ronald Wilbur 
Second row: Gary Kermer, Victor Sempsrofe, social chairman; Donald Vennergrund, Homer Dyal, Peter Setzer, vice president; Gerald Wheeler, president; 

Alan Schroeder, Roger Vosler, secretary-treasurer; Kenneth Kocna, David Bergman 
Bottom row: Allen Kelson, Richard Lane, Donald Wolverton, Dervi/ood Schrotberger, Terrence Herriges, Warren King, Thomas Schmidt, Joseph Thrasher, 

Thomas Walters 



Hopkins III West, M.R.H 

1215 South Fourth 



Hopkins IV East M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Frank Skold, Robert Tracy, Francis Cardulla, Richard Steege, David Jordan, Gary Mowder, Ryland Koets, Rodger Bogardus, Conrad Huss, Donald 

Weaver, Carl Sand, Marcus Marlin, Keith Wilson, Jerome Baness, Jerry Crum, Quentin Manion 
Third row: Kenneth Smith, Denis Boyd, James DeCocker, James Knollmueller, Kim Stein, Egidijus Uzgiris, Kenneth Krzyzek, James Kos, Donald Kurucz, Charles 

Williams, John Shotton, Carson Brown, Joseph StofFel, John Maher, John Luse, Robert Dennis, Norton Horv\/itz, Klaus Weinmann 
Second row: David Lucas, Raymond Walsh, Charles Walters, Ronald Albright, secretary; Kenneth Damgaard, vice president; Allan Wolff, president; John 

McGrew, treasurer; James Parochetti, Caryl Thorn, scholastic chairman; Cliflf Hyink 
Bottom row: Robert Kunzmann, Gary AAuzzy, Ronald Taisch, Keith Johnson, William Lukas, Charles Ponelelt, George Moy, Gary Starwalt, Donald Everist 
Not in panel: Stuart Arkin, Joseph Bierman, Frank Biersach, Charles Casey, Robert Granda, Allen Greathouse, Thomas Hecht, Michael Igou, Richard Jackson, 

Dallas Kittle, William Krueger, Thomas Longv\/ell, Harold Mandell, David Passeri, Keith Romask, Paul Ruud, Allen Svi/anson, Harden Troue 



453 





Top row: Steven Tuma, David Rosenthal, Robert Remts, James Tira, Thomas Johnson, Harold Kincaid, Kenneth Wells, Gerald Johnson, Joe Hill, John Punzak, 

Richard AAcClintock, Larry McCoy, Norman Moyle, Gary Dworak, William Elliott, Jerome Johnson 
Third row: Edward Herron, Harold Jepson, James Stuebe, James Tilley, Donald AAajure, Charles Berthold, Louis Smith, Charles Pannett, Leonard Cutler, Richard 

Hansen, Carl Skilbred, Russell Becker, Elwyn Johnson, Lynn Palmer, Smith Toulson 
Second row: Larry Longanecker, David Beverly, John Thean, secretary-treasurer; Norman Opper, social chairman; Jerome Turek, vice president; Charles Urban, 

president; Paul Schwartz, social chairman; Charles Smith, John Litzenberg, Theodore Rose 
Bottom row: Richard Brewer, Daniel Wheeler, Robert O'Niell, Robert Pirman, Charles Porter, Kenneth Kelley, Karl Kelley, Robert Orr, Arvin Bairn 



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Hopkins IV West, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Lundgren Towers 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Dieter Kueppers, Robert Escutia, Kenneth Lindgren, James Mclnerney, Edward Schmidt, Roy Zaver, Donald Freeman, Robert Holzer, Doyle Taborn 
Second row: Arthur Jacobson, Julian Frankenberg, vice president; Dave Bloom, social chairman; Robert Nakamura, president; Kenneth Kloss, secretary-treasurer; 

Richard Herbster, Peter Dreifuss 
Bottom row: Edward Thompson, William Braker, John Dietrich, John Daniels, Clarence Edwards, David Levy, Jon Hawthorne 




454 



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Top row: Kenneth Kramer, Larry Cedarquist, Lenard Geraci, Robert Martin, John Eiam, scholastic chairman; Cary Boyd, Leon Gould, Barrett Buchmueller 

Second row: Donald Halcom, Larry Guentherman, Clyde Faatz, Tony Tharenos, treasurer; Frederick Nicoll, president; William Brockschmidt, L D. Shotts, secretary 

Bottom row: Thomas Jameson, Ronald Houchin, John Karolus, Frank Myers, Norman Houser, Donald Zicky, Frank Zari 

Not in panel: George Dixon, vice president; Harry Beaman, social chairman; Robert Cochran, David Rash, John Witherspoon 



Lundgren Lower, M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Noble B & L M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Michael Seef, William Cherwin, Ronald Pearson, Thomas CliflFord, Larry Meoli, James Penny, Gerald Oberndorfer, Robert Isackson, Richard Williams 
Second row: Robert Fahlbeck, William Barnes, David Solan, James Shapiro, president; Bernard Elsen, Walter Guyer, Norman Katz 
Bottom row: Eugene Home, Richard Petrowich, James Hayden, Lee Vanderhulst, Alvin Knutson, Jesse Heischmidt 



455 




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Top row: Harry Bowman, I'hii. l.>..Tihio, Raymond Waligurski, Rich,,r>i ^,-l, k>.l:.cfi Hunt, Robert Woxler, Virgil Reed, Richard Dubberke, Thomas Slaninka, 

John Orlando, Gus Treslo, John Spellman, Bruce Bydal, Leroy Pochman ^ 

Second row: Thomas Murphy, Joseph Leshyn, social chairman; Kenneth Ullenius, Thomas Meyer, James Young, president; Alan Bobka, vice president; Ronald 

Hartley, secretary; Roger Schnell, treasurer 
Bottom row: John Golec, John Hubert, Brian Sandberg, David Erickson, Robert Stelzer, Trevor Gordon-Somers, Richard Flint, ClifFord Boggs 
Not in panel: Richard Biby, Jerry Placko, Larry Sakamoto, Yosuke Mizuno, Michael Colesar, Edward Gombos, John Wanderer, Steven Rothacker, David Buyher, 

James Beckmann, Harold Brownstein, John Donahue, Louis Luscietto, Leigh Beube, Kenneth Guth^ John Higgins, James Kries, Richard Rosenberg, Jerry 

Swerdlik, James Fujitani, George Stelmach 



Noble II. M.R.H 



J 21 5 South Fourth 






Noble III. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Larry Mitchell, Nafaliano Zirino, Kenneth Schoeck, Alvin Voelkner, Peter Stelton, Paul Magit, Robert Cassens, Jerome Goldstein, Paul Boeing, Patrick 
Kelly 

Third row: Jon Stemples. Ronald Kennedy, John Wilcox, Richard Blomme, Nile Meling, Donald PuchalskI, Philip Geheber, William Sears, John Horn, Edward 
Dweck, Leaton Perkinson 

Second row: Robert Galloway, John Nekolny, Neil Householder, secretary; James Ragusa, treasurer; John Djerf, president; Frank Pollack, vice president; 
Richard Aron, Richard Geschwind 

Bottom row: Robert Pfeif^r, Morton Krupnick, Warren Putnam, Dave Miller, August Banknieder, Robert Damerow, Hubert Grush, John Sluis 

Not in panel: Lee Patel, Roy Smith, Robert Turner, Algerd Monstavicius, Raymond Petkus, James Vermette, Willibald Soeldner, George St. Clair, Robert Swan- 
son, Gary Vogt, Richard Cornwell, Norman Malone, Joel Tedio, Richard McDade, Mickel Chesler 




456 




Top row: Joseph Giikison, Roger Harrison, Richard Chez, Gerald Kitchen, Charles McLellan, Marvin Weinlraub, Ronald Otto, Ira Lerner, Michael Taliuszis 

Third row: Avery Gordon, Eugene Thomas, Thomas Keene, John Rizek, Joseph Skala, Leiand Loquist, Robert Richter, Terry Harper, John Barkley, Charles Stevens 

Second row: Michael Adier, scholarship chairman; Gale Gross, David Metzler, Richard Fairgrieves, vice president; Ross Smith, president; Perry Olsen, Ronald 

Koerner, secretary; David Lynch, treasurer 
Bottom row: Robert Pokorny, Stephen Lucas, Arthur Lasin, Gerald Winnick, Joseph Spadaro, Earl Marsh, John Harper, Arthur Hoelterhoff 
Not in panel: Richard Battles, Joseph Choppi, Joseph Connelly, John Connolly, Donald Doyle, Alva Hall, Darel Hofsess, Yuji Ikeda, Barry Koepke, Marshall 

Lipson, David McGann, Stuart Neumann, Edward O'Bradovich, Ronald Rubin, Errol Simon, Wendell Whitlow 



Noble Penthouse 



1215 South Fourth 



Van Doren B & I. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Truman Owens, James Slifer, Alan Skora, Paul Rubenstein, Michael Sher, Alfredo Soto, Roger Stein, John Kruze, William Naylor, Vincent Caputo, Cole 

Pierce, James Hermetet, Keith Robinson 
Third row: Donald Fredley, Larry Zabel, Robert James, John Sentman, John Gregory, Joseph Scheriger, David Streeter, William Kroenung, Paul Symanski, Thomas 

Niemeyer, Samuel Gotcher, Edwin Green, Keith Swenson, Edward Vogel 
Second row: John Ritter, Eugene Young, William Ure, social chairman; Robert Arnold, treasurer; Clarence Crooks, president; Edward Behr, secretary; Gerald 

Lauterbach, scholastic chairman; John Fine, vice president 
Bottom row: Robert Gremp, Joseph Wang, John Sfroehlein, John Hayes, Leo Struif, Charles Liang, Benjamin Wang, Howard Hadley 



457 




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Top row: Richard Marsho, William Eberhart, Louis Pitney, Raymond Stolarczyk, William Wydra, Frank Septetiiber, Richard MacPherson, Steven Mitchell, 

Wendell Winters, Richard Zack 
Bottom row: Robert Scheirman, social chairman; Stuart Brostoff, Robert Engeike, Richard Class, secretary; Willis Finlayson, vice president; Edward Ebel, 

president 
Not in panel: Michael Chorna, Richard Brown, Graham Lant, Lawrence Grygienc, Keith Shildneck, Charles Drewes, Segundo Rubiano, Richard Brannon, James 

Jackobs, Raymond Schandelmeier, Gerald Lebovitz, Jerome Jobaris, Terry Kallick, George Isome, Melvyn Mack, Horace Mickens, George Price, Carl 

Schaefer, Larry Hill, William Stone, Richard Strimling, Ellis Sanderson, Steven Tryon, Gerald Vision, Kenneth Deutsch, Gerald Fleischman, Harvey 

Rogosin, Clinton Bergum, Robert Harms 



Van Doren II. M.R.H 



1215 South Fourth 



Nabor House 

811 West Oregon 



Top row: Roger Higgs, Raymond Duewer, Mark Zimmerman, Edward Turner, Thomas Melton, Robert Coffman, Harold James, Dale Burton, Leonard Higgs, 

Alvin Wire 
Second row: David Christopherson, Lawrence Duewer, Robert Frank, James Melton, vice president; David Hartley, president; Vernon Brazle, treasurer; Glen 

Gullakson, secretary; Robert Reiners, historian 
Bottom row: David Close, Charles Washburn, Gordon Gullakson, James Schoonaert, Marvin Nordwall, Gerald Miller, Glen Broom 




458 




Top row: Robert Miller, Stanley White, Theodore Langlet, Richard Nanninga, Andrew Urban, Daniel Leinbach, John Beazly, Edwin Hozhauer, Gerald Colmer, 

Larry Reynolds 
Second row: Kenneth Christian, Samuel Beazly, social chairman; William Greenshields, vice president; Raymond Moffltf, president; Duane Dennhardt, Gilbert 

Walmsley, Donald Smith, treasurer; Donald Nichols 
Bottom row: Bernard Wideroe, Milton Haefner, Donald Fadden, secretary; Kenneth Figge, Robert Holmes, Marvin Dunaway 
Not in panel: Donald Bader, Francis Bowen, John Reynolds, Donald Lamb, Richard Larsen, Wayne McGee 



907 Club 



907 South Sixth 



Park Lane Lodge 



207 East John 



Top row: Edward Gieszelmann, Harold Alford, Myron Baker, David Meyers, Robert Freed lund, Ronald Busby, Harold Audrykowski 

Fifth row: Anthony Devon, John Welch, David Matlock, Robert Patterson, JefFrey Gain, Joseph Sims, Paul Schafer, Karl Shoger 

Fourth row: Floyd Vlasak, Irvine Huck, Robert Clow, Robert Vonderohe, Duane Russell, John Gatton 

Third row; John Strohl, Russell Engelman, Richard Burton, Delbert Post, secretary-treasurer; Michael HofFman, Jerry Carson, Gary Kinsch 

Second row: Leon Anderson, social chairman; David Coleman, William Gallagher, John Nayden, Charles Perrin, Norman Vance, Morris Luck, president 

Bottom row: Joseph Greene, Edwin Ludtke, vice president; Bernard Nieman, Ke th Cassel, Jerry Stoneking, Don Peck 

Not in panel: Richard Dickson, Gregory Ozog 



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459 






Top row: David Techentin, Daniel McNabb, secretary; Robert McNabb, treasurer; William Hughes, John Elliott, social chairnnan; Elson Sims 
BotloiP 'ow: Norris Lang, David McCarty, president; Berlin Kelly, vice president; Neil Grant, Phillip Loeb, Dale Larson 



Roojah 

809 South Fifth 
7 Active Chapters 



Satyr 

407 East Daniel 



Top row: Gaylord Weaver, Christian Andreasen, Fred Kramer, Ronald Melvin, John Rosendahl, Lee Jensen, Charles Sviranson, John Vandermeer 

Second row: Richard Huston, secretary-treasurer; Robert Cone, vice president; Robert Henson, president; Gerald Swanson, Gary Camenisch, co-social chairman, 

Ronald Moss 
Bottom row: Stephen Flanagan, John Hackman, Bruce Kelley, Larry Larson, social chairman; Robert Lynn 
Not in panel: Joseph Norris 




460 




Top row: Paul Langer, Kenneth Eike, Samuel Coe, James M^dell, Edward Kein, Robert Novak, Oliver StufFlebeam, William Corbett, Willard Woodward, Donald 

Manprislo, James Mason, Dead Wade 
Third row: Dale Walsten, Alan Wilson, John Leman, Lee Steur, Donald Dahlstrom, Roger Saxe, Louis Landau, Charles Spillman, Fred Pocock, Jerry Nofsinger, 

Harvey Kulin, Evan Lloyd 
Second row: Harold Clarida, Gerald Kadow, Paul Nicholas, Richard Goldman, Roger Shanklin, Robert Tate, Rudolph Bernhard, Dale Fahnstrom, Martin Wyant 
Bottom row: Kenneth Hill, Anton Carollo, John Crabtree, Gary West, James Shanklin. Wayne Bradley, Lonnie Kepple 



Shawnee 



1004 West Nevada 



Son's Home 



1116 West California 



Top row: John Rathe, Lyie Gerdes, Clarence Davis, Lloyd Lehn, Noble Hinrichs, Gilbert Knap, William Mcllrath, Donald Rimsnider 

Second row: Oscar Wright, Donald Harris, Donald Sinqletary, Kenneth Wright, Thomas Fenton, Ronald Klein, Robert Roberts 

Bottom row: Neal Wright, Theodore Moeller, Robert Huston, vice president; Marvin Gerdes, president; Richard Gardner, secretary; Vonne Linse, Robert Whitten- 

barger, treasurer; Lindell Furlow, social chairman 
Not in panel: Kenneth Luttrell, David Harvey 



461 





Top row: Victor Williams, William Anderson, John Norris, Donald Barrett, Larry Moss, Thomas Bradfield 
Second row: Fredrick Hamman, Raymond Sinclair, Daniel Isacson, John Kelly, Rupert Condict, William Jc'don 
Bottom row: Evan Buck, Melvin Oldham, Michael Sovereign, William Fosse, William Lindsey 



Toanco 



120G West Oregon 



Twin Estates 



1009 West California 



Top row: Clyde Parshall, Rolland Schoil, Craig McGuire, Lyie Martin, David Cruil, Larry Bearman, Wayne Guingrich 

Second row: Rollin Roselle, William Bottomley, Joseph McClellan, Thornas Listen, Ronald Delismon, Charles Dollins, Roy Williamson 

Bottom row: Dean Hauptii, Kenneth Helgeson, treasurer; Stanley Danek, vice president; James Bloom, president; John Funkhauser, social chairman; James Phil- 

blad, secretary; Charles Philblad, Leonard Spratler 
Not in panel: Donaid Kush, Dean Wilson, David Stephens, William Engeike, Richard Thorpe 




462 




Top row: John Basye, John Mayberry, Joseph Miller, president; Eric Koch, Donald Hopkins 

Second row: Raymond Schmidt, Judson Parker, Wayne Gruen, treasurer; Harold Carr, Gerald Moody, secretary 

Bottom row: James Hayward, vice president; Richard Hutchison, Richard Jamison, Russell White, Earl Evans, Raymond Billings 

Not in panel: Lynn Arnold, John Hawley, Earl Neumann, James Wooldridge, Gerald Burnett 



Wesmen 

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ABBY, DARWIN GENE CARMI; B.S. in Civil Engineering; GARNER HALL; Sigma Tau; Chi 

Epsilon; Captain, Air Force ROTC (4); A.S.C.E. 

ABE, HIROSHI HONOLULU, HAWAII; Bachelor of Architecture; A.l.A; Hawaii Club, Presi- 
dent (4); University of Hawaii 

ABEL, JOSEPH H CHICAGO; B.S. in City Planning; THETA KAPPA PHI; Forsite (3, 41- 

A.l.A. 



ABERNATHIE, DOROTHY IVERS CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Music Education; University Chorus 

(2); Oratorio Society (3); University of California at Los Angeles 

ABRAMS, JACQUELINE LYNDAIL CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA KAPPA 

ALPHA; Campus Chest (2, 3); Young Democrats Club; Spring Musical (2) 

ACKERMAN, OWEN HOERR PEORIA; B.S. in Marketing; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Skull and 

Crescent; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Varsity Swimming 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (1, 2, 3), 
President (4); First Lieut. Army ROTC (3, 4); Marketing Club 

ADAMS, CECELIA JACQUELINE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Loyola University 

ADAMS, RICHARD CHARLES LIBERTYVILLE; B.S. in Management; Second Regimental Band 

(I); Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; University of 
Georgia 

ADAMS, RICHARD LEE GENESEO; B.S. in Journalism; DELTA PHI; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa 

Tau Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Rho; Sigma Delta Chi; Football Marching 
Band (3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); lllini 
Forensic Association, President (3); WPGU (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

ADELMAN, GARY MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.A. in Finance; TAU EPSILON PHI 

ADLER, ROBERT RAYMOND MARSEILLES; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; I.A.S. 

AGOOS, STEWART MARVIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Advertising; FORBES HOUSE; Marketing 

Club; W.P.G.U.; Pier lllini; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



AGRESS, JOYCE STEGER; B.S. in Secretarial Training; DELTA GAMMA; Miami University 

AHNER, DAVID JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau 

Sigma; M.I. A. Executive Council (2); House President (2, 3); Men's Glee Club (2); 
St. Pat's Ball Committee (2, 3); A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (2) 

AHRENKIEL, LINDA FAYE ATHENS; B.S. in the Teaching of English; French Club; Honors 

Day (1, 3); Illinois State Normal University 



AHRENKIEL, RICHARD KEITH ATHENS; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 

Sigma; A.l.Ch.E.; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Physics Society; Synton; Honors Day (1, 3, 4); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

ALBEE, PATRICIA ANN LOVES PARK; B.S. in Physical Education; DELTA ZETA; Shorter 

Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Alpha Sigma Nu, President (4); W.A.A. Board (2, 4); 
W.A.A. Numerals (1); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Senate (2); American Recreational 
Society U. of I. Student Chapter; Physical Education Majors Club; Honors Day (1, 3) 

ALBRIGHT, BARBARA SUE LAWRENCEVlLLE; B.S. in Home Economics; ALLEN HALL; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club; MacMurray College 

ALBRIGHT, DARRYL LOUIS LANSING; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; GRANADA 

CLUB, Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Sigma Mu; Honors Day (3); Thornton Junior 
College 

ALBRIGHT, JAMES MILTON DES PLAINES; B.S. in Industrial Administration; ALPHA 

SIGMA PHI; Alpha Phi Omega; Ensign, NROTC (3, 4); Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Trident (4); Purdue University; Loyola University 

ALBRIGHT, JAMES ROBERT DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GRANADA 

CLUB; Tomahawk; Alpha Phi Omega; Y.MC.A. Committee (1); Football Marching 
Band (2); First Regimental Band (1, 2); Oratorio Society (1); St. Pat's Ball Committee 
(4); A.S.M.E.; Young Republican Club; M.I. A. Executive Council (4); Student Senate 
(4); Spring Musical (4) 

AlCOTT, ANN TOINETTE CAROLYN BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

Panhellenic Executive Committee (3); llligreek (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); 
Panhellenic Ball (3); Young Democrats Club; W.P.G.U (4); Baker University 

ALDERMAN, LYNNE IRIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ALDERSON, ALICE MINNIE CHICAGO; B.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics; ROSEWOOD; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



ALEXANDER, DONALD KENT CHAMPAIGN; B.S, in Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Coptain, Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1) 

ALEXANDER, SHIRLEY MARIE EVANSTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA SIGMA 

THETA; Student Senate (2, 4); Methodist Foundation Student Council (1, 2); Student 
National Education Association 

ALLEN, CYNTHIA JANICE AURORA, WEST VIRGINIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RFSinrNCf; lllini Union Committee (2); House President (4); Delta Sigma Omicron 



466 



ALLEN, ROBERT FRANKLIN TUCSON, ARIZONA; B.S. in Management; Wa-NaSee; Toma- 
hawk, President (2); Sigma lota Epsilon; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Varsity Football 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Capt., Army ROTC 
(3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3) 

ALLES, KENNETH JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Spanish Club; lllini Campus 

Amvets Post No. 202; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ALLISON, CHARLES WILLIAM LOCKPORT; B.S. in Economics; Marketing Club 

ALLISON, LLOYD JON ALVIN; B.A. in L.A.S.; ACACIA; Alpha Phi Omega; Mask and 

Bauble; University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 4); Young Democrats Club 

ALTHOFF, SUZANNE ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA PHI; Kappa 

Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee (2); Freshman Week Committee (4); Honors Day (3); 
State University of Iowa 

ALTIG, PAUL EDWARD PETERSBURG; B.S. in Accountancy; EL PATIO; Alpha Kappa Psi; 

Commerce Council (4); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (3) 

AMUNDSON, CHARLES ARTHUR CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; WILL-TV (3, 4); Young 

Democrats Club; Honors Day (3); Wilson Junior College 

ANCIZAR, MANUEL BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; BROWERY; Sigma 

Tau; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; Colombian Students Club; Universidad de Los Andes 

ANDERSON, IRENE DELLORA ST. CHARLES; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA OMI- 

CRON PI; Mask and Bauble; The Daily lllini (3); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Univer- 
sity Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1,2); 
W.A.A. (1); Honors Day (1) 

ANDERSON, MARJORIE JOAN JOLIET; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA ZETA; Shi-Ai; lllini Union 

Committee (I, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Campus Chest (1); House President (3); 
University Chorus (2); Women's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 

ANDERSON, THELMA JANE ALEDO; B.S. in Home Economics; WESCOGA; Phi Upsilon 

Omicron; Wesley Foundation Student Council (4); Home Economics Club; Western 
Illinois University 

ANDRIS, ROBERT PETER .... CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 
Sigma Gamma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E.; I.A.S. 



ANGELUS, DANIEL ANTHONY CICERO; B.S. in Management; Marketing Club; Society for 

the Advancement of Management; Lake Forest College; Northwestern University; 
Navy Pier Extension of rhe University of Illinois 

ANGLE, RONALD LLOYD ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA UPSILON; Skull and 

Crescent; The lllio (1,2); Campus Chest (1) 

ANTONELl, LOUIS PAUL CHRISTOPHER; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; DELTA SIGMA 

PHI; House President (4); First Regimental Band (1,2); St. Pat's Ball Committee (4); 
Honors Day (1) 



ARENDS, JOHN JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; NEWMAN HALL; Ma-Wan-Da; 

lllini Union Board (3); lllini Union Committee (2); M.I. A. Executive Council (3); Stu- 
dent Senate, President (4); Committee on Student Affairs (4); Newman Foundation 
Student Council (4); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; WPGU; University of Chicago 

ARENDS, NEIL ROBERT MELVIN; B S. in Journalism; ARMORY HOUSE; Varsity Baseball 

Squad (2); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Basketball Manager (1,2); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1,2); University Chorus (1); WILL (4); Physical Education Majors Club; 
WPGU (4); Young Republicans Club 

ARENTSEN, LEONARD WALLACE KEWANEE; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI DELTA THETA; Ma- 
Wan-Da, President (4); lllini Union Board (4); Major Chairman Club Sophisticate lllini 
Committee (3); lllini Union Council (3); lllini Union Committee (1,2); Star Course 
Manager (1): Ensign, NROTC (3,4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4); Accountancy Club; 
Trident (3, 4) 



ARGENTIN, SILVIO JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in 

Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy 
Illinois 



Marketing; GARNER HALL; Marketing 
Pier Extension of the University of 



ARHENS, RONALD KENT EDWARDSVILLE; B.S. in Management; Major, Army ROTC (3, 4); 

Armed Forces Council (4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

ARNOLD, ROBERT LEO KEWANEE; B.S. in Accountancy; VAN DOREN HOUSE; Wheelchair 

Basketball Varsity Squad (1,2,3,4), Letter (1,2,3,4); Wheelchair Football Varsity 
Squad (1,2,3,4), Letter (1,2,3,4); Delta Sigma Omicron; Marketing Club; WPGU 



ARNOLD, SHERMAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronauiical Engineering; I.A.S. ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

ARSENEAU, DONALD CARL SHELDON; B.S. in Physical Education 

ARVEDSON, PETER FREDERICK CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigma; Concert 

Band (3,4); Football Marching Band (1,2,3,4); First Regimental Band (1,2); Can- 
terbury Foundation Student Council (4); Honors Day (1) 



ASAY, KAY JOYCE EASION; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PHILEA; Phi Upsilon 

Omicron; House Presiden! (3); McKinley Foundatoin Student Council (3); lllini Chris- 
tian Fellowship (1,2,3,4); Freshman Week Committee (2); Home Economics Club 

ASCHBRENNER, CHARLES CLIFFORD DOWNERS GROVE; Bachelor of Music; CAMPUS 

VIEW LODGE; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; University 
Orchestra (3, 4); University Choir (3); Illinois Wesleyan University 

ATTEBERRY, ALICE ANALEE CERRO GORDO; B.A. in L.A.S.; MCKINLEY HALL; Floriculture 

Club; Spanish Club; Mitlikin University 



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ATWEll, llOYD ARTHUR LAKE VILLA; B.S. in Physical Education; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; 

Industrial Education Society; Physical Education Majors Club; Navy Pier Extensiori 
of the University or Illinois 

AUCHSTETTER, HENRY JACOB MENDOTA; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; A.S.A.E.; St. Bede Junior College 

AYERS, DONALD STREATOR; B.S. in Division of General Studies; PI KAPPA ALPHA; 

lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Marketing Club; Bradley University; Northerri 
Illinois State University 



BACH, JAN MORRIS FORREST; Bachelor of Music; Pi Kappa Lambda; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, President (4); Concert Band (2, 3), President (4); Football Marching 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (I); University Sinfonietta (3, 4); University 
Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Concert and Entertainment Board (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

BAENA, SILVIO PEREIRA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Columbian Students 

Club 

BAETHKE, EUGENE ELMER ANTIOCH; Bachelor of Architecture; PI KAPPA PHI; Pershing 

Rifles (1, 2); A.I.A. 



BAILEY, LARRY WAYNE RROWNFIELD; B.S in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; Aloha Zeta: 

Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; lllini Sportsman's Club; Honors Day (1, 2) 

BAIRD, JUDITH KAY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; BUSEY HALL; University Theatre Crew (1); 

Sociology Club 

BAIRD, MARY LOU WILLIAMSFIELD; B.S. in Home Economics; Illinois State Normal 

University 



BAIRD, RICHARD BYRON WILLIAMSFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Star and Scroll; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club 

BAKER, DORCAS ELLEN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Chemistry; Alpha Lambda Delta; lota 

Sigma Pi; Wesley Foundation Student Council (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2) 

BAKER, MARJORIE BERNADINE POLO; B.A. m L.A.S.; PHILEA 



BAKER, RICHARD STANLEY JR ARTHUR; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; KOINONIA; 

Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad (1); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

BAKER, WILLIAM HERBERT JR ELKTON, MARYLAND; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; 

I.A.S.; University of Maryland 

BALBACH, SARA CHICAGO.- B.F.A. in Industrial Design; ALPHA XI DELTA; Society of 

Illustrators; The lllio (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1) 



BALDI, NOREEN OLEMA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; THETA UPSILON; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3); University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Campus Chest (3); Newman Foundation 
Student Council (4); Little United Nations; Young Democrats Club; Mundelein College 

BALLARD, CHARLES ARTHUR OREGON; B.S. in Agriculture; Field and Furrow; Floriculture 

Club; Young Republicans Club 

BALTON, MARGUERITE PHYLLIS CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL 



BANASIK, MARYJANE DOLORES CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; ROSEWOOD; W.G.S. Ex- 
ecutive Council (3, 4) 

BANDY, SUE JEANNE DANVILLE; B.S. in Speech Correction; PRESBY HALL; Zeta Phi Eta 

(2, 3, 4); lllini Union Committee (I 2, 3, 4); University Theatre Manager (2); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1, 2, 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); House President (4) 

BANTON, JAMES FOWLER GLENN ELLYN; B.S. in Business Administration; ACACIA; 

llligreek (3); Accountancy Club; Junior Bar Association; Rho Epsilon; University of 
Wisconsin 



BARACKMAN, ROBERT RUFUS CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; PHI 

SIGMA KAPPA; Intramural Manager (2) 

BARAN, DOROTHY ANN BENSENVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

The lllio (2): House President (4); Wright Junior College 

BARBER, THOMAS SANBORN WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Journalism; FORBES 

HOUSE; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (2, 3, 4); University of Wisconsin 



BARNES, DEMAREE CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; KAPPA ALPHA PSI; Honors Day (3); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

BARNETT, RITCHIE G DECATUR, B.S. in Agriculture; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Agri- 
cultural Council (3, 4); Major, Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3), President (4); 
Atirirultural Economics Club, President (3, 4); Field and Furrow; Honors Day (2, 3) 

BARR, BEVERLY DIANE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; BIRCH HALL; House President (4); 

Cheerleader (2); University Chorus (4); Student National Education Association; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

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BARR, WILLIAM MATTHEW DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Management; DELTA UPSILON; 

Inferfraternify Executive Council (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (I); House President 
(3, 4); Varsity Baseball Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 

BARRERA, ALVARO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. m Electrical Engineering 

BARSHEFSKY, ANNETTE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Oratorio Society (2, 3); Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (2, 3); U.I.C. Choir (1); Pier lllini (1); Honors Day (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



BARTA, YVONNE MARIE RACINE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Home Economics; BUSEY HALL; 

House President (4); Home Economics Club 



BARTELSMEYER, FREDERICK WILLIAM NASHVILLE; B.S. 

lllini (1); A.S.C.E. 



in Civil Engineering; The Daily 



BARTIETT, ROBERT CALIEN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Industrial Education; PHI KAPPA TAU; 

Star and Scroll; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Industrial Education Society 



BARTON, DAVID CYRUS STAUNTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Tomahawk; First 

Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Pershing Rifles (1, 2); Flying Club 

BARTUIIS, JOSEPH THOMAS RIVERSIDE; B.S. in Recreation; PHI DELTA THETA; Skull 

and Crescent; lllini Union Committee (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Campus Chest 
(I, 2, 3); Freshman Council, President (I); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3); Freshman Week Committee (2); American Recreational Society U. of I. 
Student Chapter; Society for the Advancement of Management 

BASS, HOWARD IRA HIGHLAND PARK; Bachelor of Lawf; Phi Alpha Delta; Commerce 

Council; Junior Bar Association; Marketing Club; Praetorians; Honors Day (1, 3) 



BATTLES, RICHARD GARWOOD CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; NOBLE HOUSE; Major 

Chairman Barbershop lllini Union Committee (2, 3); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (1, 2, 3); 
WILL (4); Master Sgt., Army ROTC (3); Accountancy Club; lllini Sportsman's Club; 
Marketing Cub; Society for the Advancement of Management; Young Republicans 
Club; WPGU (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

BAUD, KENNETH WARREN LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Capt., Air 

Force RO(C (3, 4); I.A.S. 

BAUER, RICHARD JAMES DES PLAINES; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; The 

Daily lllini (1); Student Senate (2); Illinois Technograph (2); Major, Air Force ROTC 
(3, 4) 

BAUIING, ALICE JOAN HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Women's Glee Club 
(1); Hillel Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

BAUM, RAYMOND ANTHONY EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA ALPHA 

MU; Football Marching Band (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second Regi- 
mental Band (2); A.S.C.E. 

BAUM, ROBERT ATKINS CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI EPSILON PI; lllini Union 

Committee {1, 2); University Theatre Manager (3); Universiiy Theatre Crew (2); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Freshman Council; Commerce Council (3); Freshman Week 
Committee (3); LAS Council (2); French Club; Marketing Club; Young Democrats Club 

BAUMANN, DIANNE VALERIE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; GAMMA PHI BETA; Mortar 

Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; University 
Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2), President (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 4); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (2); Committee on Student Discipline (4); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1); lllini Forensic Association; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

BAYER, JUDITH MAE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; BIRCH HALL; W.A.A.; Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club; Young Democrats Club; Wright Junior College; University 
of Colorado; Northern Illinois State University 

BEACH, HARRY FORREST JOLIET; B.S. in Marketing; NEWMAN HALL; Marketing Club; 

Joliet Junior College 

BEAl, RALPH DELANO CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3); 

lllini Forensic Association; Young Democrats Club 

BEARD, JANET RAE WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Home Economics; SHERWOOD LODGE; Home 

Economics Club; Iowa State College 

BEARDEN, JAMES MONROE CHICAGO; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; A.C.S.; Honors Day 

(1); Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



BEAZLY, DARRELL DEAN MANSFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Education Club; 

Agriculture Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 

BECHERER, RAYMOND EMIL GRANITE CITY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; THETA XI; 

Scutliern Illinois University 

BECKER, AlVIN GERALD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; TAU DELTA PHI; The Daily lllini (1); 

lllini Union Committee (2); House President (4); Freshman Week Committee (3) 



BECKER, SHELDON HAROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; PRAETORIANS; Marketing 

Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

BECKMAN, DAVID A DE KALB; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FORBES HOUSE; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E.; German Club; Synton, President (3) 

BECKWITH, BARBARA ANN EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Drew University 



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BEDNAR, CHARLES JOHN GALESBURG; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; TAU KAPPA EPSILON- 

Oratorio Society (1, 2); Captain, Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (4); Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4) 

BEHR, EDWARD JAY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; CAGLE HALL; Varsity 

Wrestling Squad (1, 2), Letter (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

BEIDING, GREGORY DRAPER PALOS PARK; B.S. in Finance; KAPPA SIGMA; lllini Campus 

Amvets Post No. 202; lllini Insurance Society; Lake Forest College; Colorado A & AA 



BELL, JAMES DUNCAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Journalism; BETA THETA PI; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; Honors Day (3); DePauw University 

BELL, JIMMIE DEAN CLINTON; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (2); S.N.I.B. (3); lllini Christian Fellowship (2); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club 

BELL, ROBERT FRED PALESTINE; B.A. in L.A.S.; GARMEN; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi 

Alpha; Disciple's Foundation Student Council (3); German Club; Spring Musical (1); 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



BELL, ROBERT JAMES BREWERTON, NEW YORK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; 

Rollins College; University of California; Syracuse University 

BELLOWS, GLEN LEE SPENCER, IOWA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GARNER HALL; 

lllini Traditions Committee (3); A.S.M.E.; Delta Sigma Omicron; S.A.E. 

BELT, JUDITH ROYCE HARRISBURG; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager {2, 3, 4); University Theatre 
Cast (3); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Campus Chest (1); 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (2, 3) 



BENDEL, ROBERT BRUCE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FIRESIDE ANNEX; Honors Day (1, 2, 

3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

BEREST, BRINDAIL CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; University 

Theatre Crew (3); Honors Day (1) 

BERGANIO, PRISCILLA KIMIKO HILO, HAWAII; B.A, in the Teaching of Social Studies; 

WESCOGA; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Alpha Theta; lllini Union Committee (2, 3, 4); W.A.A. 
(2); House President (4); Hawaii Club; Honors Day (3); University of Hawaii; Ohio 
University 



BERGMAN, JOAN LENTIN CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

University Theatre Manager (4); University Theatre Cast (4); University Theatre Crew 
(4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Pier Playhouse (1), President (2); State University 
of Iowa; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

BERKOWITZ, MARILYN LINDA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Psi Chi; University Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest {1, 3); W.A.A. (2); Sno-Ball Com- 
mittee; French Club 

BERLET, PAULA RENEE DES PLAINES; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; lllini Union Committee (1, 3, 4); University Theatre Cast (2, 3); Star Course 
Manager (1); Campus Chest (2, 3); Orchesis (I); Panhellenic Ball Committee (2) 

BERNS, MAX HAROLD CARRIER MILLS; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA DELTA PHI 

BERTRAND, THOMAS HENRY SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Springfield Junior College 

BERZ, MICHAEL RICHARD KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Basketball 

Mianager (1, 2); Junior Fencing Manager ;3); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2) 



BEVER, MERILYN ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Home Economics; PI BETA PHI; The Daily 

lllmi (1); lllini Union Committee (1); Honors Day '1, 3) 

BIANCHETTA, DONALD LOUIS COAL CITY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; Pi Tau Sigma; S.A.E.; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3) 

BIBLIN, ALLAN EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; LUNDGREN HALL; Accountancy 

Club; Honors Day (2); Pier lllini; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



BIELFELDT, CARLOTTA JOAN SYCAMORE; B.S. in Physical Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

The lllio (1); University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); W.A.A. (2, 3, 4); Terrapin (2); Home Economics Club (1) 

BIENIASZ, THEOPHILUS FREDERICK CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; A.F.S.; 

St. Joseph's College 

BIESCHKE, MARY FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; BIRCH HALL; The Daily 

lllini (3); lllini Union Committee (3); University Chorus (I); Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council {1, 2, 3) 



BILLS, CHARLES WILFRED GENESEO; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI KAPPA TAU; Daily lllini (2, 3); 

Star Course Manager (1); Interfrateriiily Executive Council (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC 
(3, 4); Spring Musical (2, 3) 

BLACKER, LOUIS ALLEN GLENCOE; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA ALFHA MU; The Daily lllini 

(2, 3); lllini Forensic Association; Young Democrats Club 



BLACK, RONALD LEE HARVEY; B.S. 



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BLACKSHER, BEVERLY JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA SIGMA THETA; 

The Daily lllini (1, 2); First Reg, mental Band (1, 2); German Club 

BIAHOUS, EDWARD GEORGE BROADVIEW; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA CHI RHO; lllini Union 

Committee (1); Campus Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Military Ball 
Committee (3); Lieut. Col., Air Force ROTC (3, A); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Spanish 
Club; Crane Junior College 

BIAKSLEE, JOHN CHARLES HAMPSHIRE; Bachelor of Law; ALPHA CHI RHO; Chi Gamma 

lota; lllini Union Committee (1); Accountancy Club; Junior Bar Association; Rifle 
and Pistol Club; Honors Day (3) 



BLANKENSHIP, VORRIS DECATUR; B.S. in Economics; Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma 

Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

BLAZEK, JAMES JOHN HINSDALE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tomahawk; Tribe of lllini 

(3, 4); Varsity Gymnastics Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Gym- 
nastics Squad; Engineering Council (2); A.S.C.E. 

BLAZINE, FRED VINCENT HERRIN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; CONTINENTAL HOUSE; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Junior Interfraternity Council; House President (4); Captain, Air Force 
ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



BIEIWEISS, JUDITH LYNN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; INDECO; lllini Union Committee 

(4); Commerce Council (4); Marketing Club; University of Michigan 

BLEWETT, MARY ELIZABETH ORLAND PARK; B.S. in Teaching of Mathematics; EVANS 

HALL; Mortar Board; Torch; The lllio (1, 2, 3), Assoc. Ed. (4); Honors Day (2) 

BLOCK, BRUCE HOWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA ALPHA MU; The Daily 

lllini {!); Accountancy Club 



BLODGETT, D. BRADLEY WHEATON; B.S. in Economics; FORBES HOUSE; Accountancy 

Club; Finance Cub; Beioit College 

BLOMME, RICHARD WILLIAM FORT PECK, MONTANA; B.S. in Engineering Physics; NOBLE 

HOUSE; Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

BLOMQUIST, BERNADINE THERESE IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN; B.A. in Teaching of 

English; Marquette University 



BLUHM, NEIL GRAY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA ALPHA MU; The Daily 

lllini (1); Accountancy Club 

BLUKIS, JURIS URBANA; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; University Chorus (4); Flying 

Club; I.A.S. 

BLUMENTHAL, CARLENE MARGARET CHICAGO; B.S. in the Teaching of English; LIN- 
COLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



BLYE, FRANKLIN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illi- 
nois; Wilson Junior College 

: BODENSCHATZ, CARL ALVIN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA CHI; 

I Pi Tau Sigma, President (4); A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (3) 

BOLCHERT, MARILYN LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; BUSEY HALL; 

Student National Education Association 



BOIDT, NANCY IRENE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; lllini Union Committee (1); University Theatre 
Manager (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew 0); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (1) 

BOIEN, CARROL DEAN AKIN; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club; Field and Furrow; Honors Day (1) 

BOLIN, VIRGINIA ELLEN BLOOMINGTON; B.A. in the Teaching of English; MCKINLEY 

HALL; Shorter Board; The Daily lllini (3, 4); DePauw University 



BOLING, DAVID GORDON LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA; B.S. in Finance; PHI KAPPA 

PSI; Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe of lllini (4); Baseball Manager (1, 2, 3); Senior Baseball Man- 
ager (4); Junior Baseball Manager (3); Commerce Council (3); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); 
Finance Club; French Club; lllini Insurance Society; Rho Epsilon 

BCNANSINGA, WILLIAM JOSEPH QUINCY; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; PHI DELTA 

THETA; lllini Union Committee (1); Star Course Manager (1) 

BONAVOLONTA, ANTHONY ALEX MELROSE PARK; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO 

CHI; Intramural Manager (2); Freshman Week Committee (3, 4); A. I. A. 



BONCOSKY, WILLIAM ARTHUR CRYSTAL LAKE; B.S. in Dairy Technology; SIGMA NU; 

Campus Chest (1); Greek Week Committee (2); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold 
Air Society (3) 

BOOK, JON PAUL DES PLAINFS; B.S. in Marketing; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; Skull and 

Crescent; Alpha Kappa Psi; Huuse President (4); Football Manager (1, 2, 3); Market- 
ing Club; Honors Day {1} 

BOREN, CAROL MARGARET WHEATON; B.S. in Home Economics; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Universi:y Chorus (1); Home Economics Club; Marketing Club 

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BOREN, THOMAS CHARLES HERRIN; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; I.A.S.; Southern 

Illinois University; Washington State University; New Mexico Western College; East- 
ern Washington College of Education 

BORG, GEORGE DAVID ROCKFORD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Chi Gamma lota; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (3); Northern Illinois University 

BORNE, GARLAND TEMPLE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of Speech; SHERWOOD 

LODGE; National Collegiate Players; lllini Union Committee (3, 4); University 
Theatre Cast (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3); WILL i3); Baptist Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4); lllini Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Spanish Club; Teachers-in-Training 
Club; Young Republicans Club; Shurtleff College 

BORRI, RITA MARIE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Future Teachers of America (1, 4) 

BOSCHER, ROBERT WARREN RICHMOND HILL, NEW YORK; B.S. in Industrial Administra- 
tion; THETA DELTA CHI; University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Canterbury Foundation Student 
Council (4); Society for the Advancement of Management; I.A.S. 

BOSSINGHAM, JOHN ROGER STANFORD; B.S. in Agriculture; FARM HOUSE; Star and 

Scroll; Alpha Zeta; S.N. LB. (1,2); McKinley Foundation Student Council (2); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (1, 2, 3); Agricultural Economics Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Market- 
ing Club; Ycung Republicans Club 



BOTNER, RONALD LEE TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; GARNER 

HOUSE 

BOUGHAN, ANITA LOUISE CANTON; B.A. in the Teaching of French; STRATFORD 

HOUSE; Women's Glee Club (2); Baptist Foundation Student Council (2, 3); French 
Club; Russian Language Club 

BOUGHNER, IDA MAXINE OAK PARK; B.S. in Speech Correction; BUSEY HALL; Zeta Phi 

Eta; lllini Christian Fellowship (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



BOWEN, MARJORIE GALLAGHER CHAMPAIGN; B.A. in the Teaching of English and 

History; DELIA ZETA; lllini Union Committee (2) 

BOWEN, PHILIP EUGENE PAXTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; COLLEGE HALL; 

A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

BOWERS, KENNETH SCHUYLER VILLA PARK; B.A. in L.A.S.; ACACIA; Omega Beta Pi; 

Purdue University 



BOWES, JOHN JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 

202; Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon 

BOWMAN, BEVERLY JEAN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Home Economics; CHI OMEGA; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (2); Campus Chest (1, 2); Marketing Club 

BOWMAN, GEORGE ARTHUR EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; SIGMA PL- 
Skull and Crescent; Keramos; lllini Union Committee (1, 2); House President (4) 



BOYD, EDITH MARGARET CHICAGO, B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; The lllio (1); lllini Union 
Board (4); Major Chairman Personnel lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union Council 
(3, 4); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Star Course Manager (2); Greek Week Committee 
(2); Home Economics Council (2, 3); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

BOYD, SHARON FOWLER ANNA; B.S. in Speech Correction; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

Southern Illinois University 

BOYLE, RICHARD EDWARD CATLIN; B.A. in L.A.S.; Junior Bar Association; Young Demo- 
crats Club 



BOYLE, THOMAS DONALD CHICAGO, B.S. in Industrial Education; House President (2); 

Newman Foundation Student Council (2, 3), President (4); lllini Sportsman's Club; 
Industrial Education Society 

BRADBURN, BARBARA MARY ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Physical Education; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA; W.A.A. Board (4); V\/.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Senate (1); llligreek (2) 

BRADFIELD, THOMAS EDWARD INDIANOLA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TOANCO 

CLUB; Danville Junior College 



BRADLEY, THOMAS LEONARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; KAPPA ALPHA PSI; Varsity 

Football Squad (2); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Varsity Track Squad (2); Fresh- 
man Varsity Track Squad; Military Ball Committee (1, 2); Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion; Na/y Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

BRADSHAW, BETTY JEANNE GRIGGSVILLE; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; BUSEY HALL; 

University Theatre Cast (1); Business Education Club 

BRAND, MYRNA CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; ALPHA EPSILON PHI; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Major Chairman Town Meetings and Forums lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3); lllini Union Committee (2, 3); Campus Chest (3); Panhellenic Executive 
Council (4); House President (3, 4); Freshman Council; Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (4); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



BRANDIY, JUDITH MAY URBANA; B.S 

BRANDT, 



L.A.S.; DELTA ZETA; University of Wisconsin 



CAROL ANN NAPERVILLE; B.A. in the Teaching of Speech; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Mortar Board; Torch, Shi-Ai; Mask and Bauble; lllini Union Committee (1); 
University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Cast (2); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Freshman Council; Panhellenic Ball Committee (1) 

BRECKENRIDGE, PATTI MILLER PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA 

KAPPA GAMMA; The lllio (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (1); Greek Week Committee 



(3) 



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BRECKENRIDGE, ROBERT GARRETT BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in General Engineering; PHI 

DELTA THETA; Tribe of lllini (3, 4); Varsity Tennis Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4): 
Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad 

BREECE, BARBARA lUNDGREN KNOXVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA SIGMA 

SIGMA; Omicron Nu, President (4); Phi Upsilon Omicron (3, 4); First Regimental 
Band (2, 3); Home Economics Council (4); Home Economics Club; Honors Day (3); 
Western Illinois State University 

BREFEID, GAIl LUCILLE MCHENRY; B.S. in Recreation; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; The Daily 

lllini (3); lllini Union Committee (3); Campus Chest (3); WPGU (2, 4) 

BREITWEISER, ALVAH PAUL GODFREY; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A.; ShurtlefT College 

BRENNAN, JOHN JACOB COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; Illinois Technograoh; Engineering Council, President (4); First Lieut., Army 
ROTC (3, 4); A.S.A.E.; Young Republicans Club 

BRENNECKE, KENT PARKER FLORENCE, ALABAMA; B.S. in Recreation; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Varsity Football Squad (3) 

BRENTNER, BETTY lOU ROCKFORD; B.S. in Business Education; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

University Choir (2, 3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (3); Uni-Baptist Foundation Student Coun- 
cil 13): Business Education Club (4); Spring Musical (2, 3); De Pauw University 

BRETZIAFF, RONALD LEE TOLONO; B.S. in Accountancy 

BREYFOGLE, LAWRENCE GEORGE LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Physical Education; SIGMA PL- 
Tribe of lllini (4); Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (4); Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad; Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club 

BROCK, JUDITH HOFFMAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Education; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

Rollins College 

BRODSKY, ARNOLD ARVIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; FORBES HOUSE; 

A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Extension cf the University of Illinois 

BRODY, ALAN JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Urban Land Economics; PHI SIGMA DELTA; 

Finance Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

BROKEMOND, GEORGE RICHARD EAST CHICAGO, INDIANA; B.S. in Finance; KAPPA 

ALPHA PSI; Junior Interfraternity Council; Tribe of lllini (4); Varsity Football Squad 
(2, 3, 4); lllini Insurance Society 

BRONSON, ROBERT BISHOP BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI DELTA THETA; 

Varsity Football Squad (2, 3); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Varsity Tennis Squad 
(2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad; Major, Army ROTC (3, 4); A.S.C.E.; Mu-San 

BROTHERTON, ROBERT DEAN BLANDINSVILLE; B.S. in Management; AFTER HOURS; 

Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Western Illinois University 

BROWN, BARBARA FAY RIVER FOREST; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Major Chairman Pep Rallies lllini Union Committee (3); Major 
Chairman Music Hours lllini Union Committee (3) 

BRUCKER, DORRENCE BERNELl CROPSEY; B.S. in Agriculture; GARNER HOUSE; Agri- 
cultural Economics Club; Illinois State Normal University 

BRYER, JACK EDWIN OREGON; B.S. in Management; THETA XI; Alpha Kappa Psi 

BRZEGOWY, WILLIAM RAYMOND CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Newman 

Foundation Student Council (3); M.I.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

BUCH, ANDREW LAWRENCE MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, OHIO; B.S. in Management; NEW- 
MAN HALL; Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Western Reserve University 

BUCHANAN, GORDON JEAN LEROY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

BUCHHEIT, SUE CAROLYN SPRINGFIELD; 8. A. in L.A.S.; PI BETA PHI; Torch; Shi-Ai; The 

lllio (1, 2); lllini Union Committee (2); Freshman Council; Smith College 

BUCK, EVAN LARCHMONT, NEW YORK; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; TOANCO; Wa-Na- 

See; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Mask 
and Bauble; Phi Lambda Upsilon; University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); University 
Theatre Crew; A.I.Ch.E. (1); University Chorus (1,2,3); Honors Day (1,2,3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

BUDIHARTO SURABAJA, INDONESIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; University of Indonesia 



BUESINGER, RICHARD LEE TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA CHI RHO; 

Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee (2, 3); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold 
Air Society (3, 4) 

BUGGEIE, AlVIN EDGAR BERWYN; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

I.A.S.: Morton Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

BUHRMESTER, GENE ROBERT MILFORD; B.S. in Agriculture; LOOKOUT MANOR; Alpha 

Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education Club 



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BUITRAGO, CARLOS HERNAN BOGOTA, D. E., COLOMBIA; B.S. in Aeronautical Engi- 

neering; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); Colombia Association of Students; National Uni- 
versity of Colombia; University of the Andes of Bogota 

BUNTING, RAIPH H ALBION; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; Tau Beta 

Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); Disciples Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2, 3, 4): S.A.E.; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

BURDICK, JOAN ROSE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; University Theatre 
Cre«( (4); Hillel Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Student National Education As- 
sociation; WPGU (3); Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

BURKHARDT, JOHN ROBERT LAKE FOREST; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics 

Club; Field and Furrow; Rifle and Pistol Club 

BURNETT, ANNE MARSHALL; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Phi Alpha Theta; lllini Union Committee (4) 

BURRIGHT, RICHARD GEORGE F.^EEPORT; B.S. in LAS. 



BURTON, RICHARD CHARLES HARVARD; B.S. in Agriculture; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Ag- 
ricultural Economics Club; Southern Illinois University 

BUSH, MARY LOU CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Speech Correction; GAMMA PHI BETA; Shorter 

Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; The lllio (1,2,3), Associate Editor 
(4); McKinley Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3) 

BUTKUS, ROBERT ALEX WAUKEGAN; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; GRANADA CLUB; So- 
ciety of Illustrators, Concert Band (2, 3, 4); Football Marching Band (I, 2, 3, 4); 
First Regimental Band (1) 



BUTTS, CLARK FOREST BROADVIEW; Bachelor of Architecture; DELTA TAU DELTA; Gar- 
goyle; Scarab; Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); A. I. A.; Honors Day (3); Iowa State College 

BUTTS, DAVID NIAL MUNDELEIN; B.A. in L.A.S.; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois 

BUYER, JAMES GIBSON FLOSSMOOR; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



BYDAl, BRUCE ALFRED MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; NOBLE HOUSE; 

Sigma Tau (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E.; Lawrence College 

BYRON, SHARON CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; University Religious Council (2); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2); Navy 
Pier Alumni Association, Student National Education Association; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

CABLE, BARBARA DOROTHY MCHENRY; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; Canter- 
bury Foundation Student Council (2, 3); French Club; Navy Pier Cheerleader (1); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CADE, DAVID JOHN JOLIET; B.A. ^n L.A.S.; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Sachem, President (3); 

Skull and Crescent; lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4); Student Senate (1, 2, 3); Committee 
on Student Affairs (2); Coordination Committee (2): Freshman Council; N.S.A, Senate 
Subcommittee (1, 2); Alumni Association Board (1); Freshman Week Committee (2); 
lllini Board of Cont^-ol !3, 4); LAS Council (1, 2); Military Ball Committee (4); Col., 
Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Air Force Council (4); Armed Forces Council, President (4); 
Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Young Republicans Club 

CALLAHAN, ARTHUR FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; THETA KAPPA PHI; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; lllini Union Committee (3); Intramural Manager (3, 4); Second Regimental 
Band (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management; Pershing Rifles (1, 2); Pier 
Band (1,2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CALLIHAN, RODGER WAYNE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Accountancy; Beta Alpha Psi; Account- 
ancy Club; Honors Day (1,3) 

CAMENISCH, GARY WAYNE WASHINGTON; B.A. in L.A.S.; SATYR HOUSE; Florida South- 
ern College 

CAMP, JANICE LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in M^sic Education; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Sigma Alpha 

lota; The lllio (2,3); University Choir (4); Madrigal Chorus (4); Oratorio Society 
(2, 3); DePauw University 

CAMPBELL, ALBERT FREDERICK PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Physical Education; Phi Epsilon 

Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club 



CAMPBELL, GLENN MONTGOMERY CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; BACHELOR ARMS; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Finance Club; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CAMPO, MICHAEL JASPER BERWYN; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Physics Society, Presi- 
dent (4); Western Michigan College; Illinois Institute of Technology 

CAPPA, SALLIE JOAN DIXON; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA PHI; Torch; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Campus Chest (2); Honors Day (1,2) 



CARGNONI, ROBERT lEROY STAUNTON, B.S. in Business Admcnistration 

CARLS, ELEANOR JOAN ARENZVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Campus Chest (1) 

CARLSON, ALICE BEVERLY ELGIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

The lllio (2,3); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (3); Northern Illinois State University 



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CARLSON, ARTHUR GERAID ELGIN; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Ma-Wan-Da; 

Sachem; Tribe of lllini (4); Football Manager (2, 3); Senior Football Manager (4); 

Men's Glee Club (1,2,3); Athletic Council, President (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC 
(3,4) 

CARLSON, CHARLES VICTOR LOMBARD; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club; 

Field and Furrow; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CARLSON, DAVID LEE LOCKPORT; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; 

Joliet Junior College 



CARLSON, NANCY ANN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Home Economics; SHERWOOD LODGE; Home 

Economics Club; Honors Day (3); Beloit College 

CARLSON, ROBERT GIDEON ORION; B.S. in Chemistry; THE MANSION; Alpha Chi Sigma: 

Phi Lambda Upsilon; Wesley Foundation Student Council (3); A.C.S.; A.l.Ch.E.; 
Honors Day (3) 

CARLSON, ROBERT STANLEY GENEVA; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 

202; lllini Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club; Aurora College; Northern Illinois State 
University 



CARMICHAEL, HERBERT WAYNE HEYWORTH; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

University Theatre Crew (1); S.N.l.B. (1,2); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); First Lieut., 
Army ROTC (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club 

CARNAHAN, LEE ANN MOUNT VERNON; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

The Daily lllini (1); lllini Union Committee (1,2); University Theatre Manager (2,3); 
University Theatre Crew (1,2); Terrapin (1) 

CARRAS, NICHOLAS JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; THETA CHI; Wa-Na-See; Sa- 
chem; The lllio (1,2,3,4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Second Lieut., Army 
ROTC (3,4); Phi Chi Eta (3,4); Honors Day (1) 



CARRIZOSA, ALFREDO BUCARAMANGA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; BROWERY; 

Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes; American 
University 

CARROLL, PATRICIA MARABETH HARVEY; B.S. in the Teaching of French; CHI OMEGA; 

Shorter Board; Shi-Ai; lllini Union Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager (1,2); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (3); Freshman Council (1); Panhellenic Ball Committee 
(1); French Club; Skull and Crescent Queen 

CARTER, MARY DELL LEWISTOWN; B.S. in Physical Education; STRATFORD HOUSE; W.A.A. 

(1,2); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee (4); Terrapin (1,2,3); American 
Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter; Young Republicans Club 

CARTER, NAMAN RAY CHRISTOPHER; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA SIGMA PHI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2); Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Phalanx (3,4); A.l.Ch.E.; lllini 
Sportsman's Club; Young Republicans Club 

CARTY, RAYMOND JAMES JR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 

202; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CARUSO, JEROME CARMEL OAK PARK; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PHI KAPPA; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Society of lllustrato'^s; lllini Union Committee (1); Honors Day (1,2,3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key 



CASEY, LARRY LEE BINGHAAA; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2); 

Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Field and Furrow; Honors Day (2) 

CASSENS, ROBERT GENE DIXON; B.S. in Agriculture; NOBLE HOUSE; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

CASSIDY, PATRICK EDWARD EAST MOLINE; B.S. in Chemistry; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

House President (3); A.C.S.; Augustana College 



CATANIA, FRANK ANGELO CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; A. I. A.; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois 

CHANDLER, THOMAS ROBERT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA NU; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 
(3,4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2,3), President (4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2,3,4); Campus 
Chest (2); Student Senate (2, 3); Committee on Student AfFairs (3); Ensign, NROTC 
(3, 4); Navy Council (1) 

CHAPIN, JOAN ELIZABETH EVANSTON; Bachelor of Architecture; DELTA ZETA; Gargoyle; 

Alpha Alpha Gamma; lllini Union Committee (1,2,3); A. I. A.; Young Republicans 
Club; Honors Day (I) 



CHAPMAN, EARNEST LAVERIE PAXTON; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Phi Omega 

CHAPMAN, JOHN ARTHUR GREENFIELD; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; A.S.A.E, 

CHASTAIN, WILLIAM EMMITT ROCHESTER; B.S. in Civil Engineering; FORBES HOUSE; 

A.S.C.E.; Millikin University 



CHILES, DONNA RAE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Education; STRATFORD HOUSE; W.A.A. (3,4); 

Oratorio Society (3); Uni-Baptist Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Student National 
Education Association; Ottawa University 

CHIN, WAI WON CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; STRATFORD HOUSE; University Choir (1); 

lllini Christian Fellowship (3); A.C.S.; German Club; Chinese Students Club; Honors 
Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CHISHOLM, ROGER KENT PARK FOREST; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; McKinley Foun- 
dation Student Council (3,4); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key 

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CHUDEK, CHARLES WALTER CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; Alpha Delta Sigma; The J 

Daily mini (4); Freshman Varsity Golf Squad (3); German Club; Pier lllini; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

CHVAL, EMrLY ANN CHICAGO: B.S. in Music Education; KAPPA DELTA; Sigma Alpha! 

lota; lllini Union Council (2); University Chorus (1,2); Women's Glee Club (3,4) 

CICIGOI, ROBERT JAMES SANDOVAL; B.S. in Agriculture; CALHOUN HALL; Dairy Pro-' 

duction Club; Centralia Junior College 

CISARIK, JOHN DENNIS CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Alpha Delta Sigma; 

Campus Chest (4); French Club, President (1,2); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Rus- 
sian Language Club; Pier lllini; Honors Day (1,2); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

ClAFLIN, PATRICIA PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S.; PI BETA PHI; Mortar Board; Torch; Phi 

Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; The lllio (1,2,3), Associate Editor 
(4); Star Course .Manager (1,2); Honors Day (1,2,3); University Scholarship Key (3) 

CLANCY, JOHN JOSEPH MOUNT CARMEL; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ALPHA CHI 

SIGMA; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda 
Upsilon; Engineering Council (3,4); A.I.Ch.E. (3,4); Honors Day (1,2,3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key 

CLARIDGE, THOMAS DOCKLER KNOXVILLE; B.S. in Management; lllini Campus Amvets 

Post No. 202; Society for the Advancement of Management 

CLARK, JERRELL DALE SESSER; B.S. in Accountancy; COLLEGE HALL; House President (4); 

Accountancy Club; Honors Day (2) 

CLARK, JOHN BELL SYCAMORE; B.S. in Chemistry and Mathematics; ALPHA KAPPA 

LAMBDA; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Concert Band (1,2,3); Football Marching Band 
(1, 2); Oratorio Society (3, 4); McKinley Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (4) 



CLARK, JUDY MARGARET CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; lllini Union Committee (1); Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (3); llligreek (3); Freshman Week Committee (3) 

CLARK, HOPE MARILYN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation; W.A.A. (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

CLARK, LARAMIE JAMES DANVILLE; B.A. in Agriculture; LOU-MAC LODGE; Agriculture 

Education Club; Eastern Illinois State University; Illinois State Normal University 

CLARK, PATRICK JAMES CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

University Theatre Crew (3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Pershing Rifles (1); So- 
ciety of American Military Engineers (3, 4); A. I. A. 

CLARK, RICHARD CRAIG RIO; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club 

CLAUSER, CAROL JEAN EVANSTON; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA XI 

DELTA; lllini Union Committee (2,3); University Theatre Crew (2); St. Olaf College 

ClAYCOMB, GORDON MONROE CHILLICOTHE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; 309 

CLUB; Varsity Gymnastics Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad; Capt., 
Air Force ROTC (3,4); Arnold Air Society (3,4); I.A.S. 

CLEARY, JOANN MARIE BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; MCKINLEY HALL; Omega Beta 

Pi; Young Republicans Club; Rosary College; Illinois Wesleyan University; Univer- 
sity of Colorado 

CIEVENGER, COWLES LEE FREEPORT; B.S. in Agriculture; LUNDGREN HOUSE; Field and 

Furrow 

CLEVER, ROBERT LYNN BATAVIA; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; EL PATIO; 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (3,4); M.I. A. Executive Council (2,3) 

CLOVER. PATRICIA JEAN EAST ST. LOUIS; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; The lllio (1,2,3), Associate 
Business Manage"" (4); Honors Day (1) 

COADY, ELAINE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Music Education; CHI OMEGA; Sigma Alpha lota; 

Star Course Manager (2); University Choir (1); Oratorio Society (1); lllini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Greek Week Committee (2) 



COBB, RICHARD ELLSWORTH WESTERN SPRINGS; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; A. I. A. 

COCHRAN, HOWARD EUGENE LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; CHI PSI; lllini 

Union Committee (1,2,3); Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Phi Chi Eta (3,4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Accountancy Club 

COFFEY, ROSEMARY ANNETTE CHAMPAIGN; B.A. in L.A.S.; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta 

Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; lllini Writers (4); French Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

COFFMAN, MARY HELEN GALESBURG; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; Shi-Ai; 

The Daily lllini (1,2.3); University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course Manager (2); 
Honors Day (I) 

COGSWELL, CLARK CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in General Engineering; DELTA KAPPA EPSILON; 

Illinois Technograph (2) 

COHEN, MYRON JULES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Navy Pier Alumni 

Association; German Club; Roosevelt University, Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity ot Illinois 

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COHEN RONALD Ell WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Journalism; Sigma Delta Chi; 

The Daily lllini (3,4) 

COIBORN, LARRY EUGENE CARPENTERSVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; TOWNHOUSE; A.S.C.E.; 

lllini Campus Amvefs Post No. 202; lllini Sportsman's Club; Spanish Club; Univer- 
sity of California; University of Maryland 

COLE, BARBARA BAYLOR BARRINGTON; B.A. in L.A.S.; SHERWOOD LODGE; lllini Union 

Committee (1); AAcKinley Foundation Student Council (2); French Club; lllini Ski 
Club, President (4); Bowling Green State University; Laval University 

COLE, JAMES SAMUEL PARK FOREST; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (2); Accountancy Club 

COLE, PATRICIA MCKEE BARRINGTON; B S. in Recreation; SHERWOOD LODGE; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (I, 2); Women's Glee Club (3); Terrapin 
(2); American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter 

COLEMAN, JUDY HELEN MORTON GROVE; B.A. in Journalism; PHI MU; Shi-Ai; The 

Daily lllini (2,3,4); lllini Union Committee (2,3); The lllio (1); University Theatre 
Crew (2); University Chorus (1); Greek Week Committee (3) 

COLLINS, RICHARD BURR ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA NU; Skull and 

Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; House President (3); Student Senate (2); 
Committee on Student Discipline (4); Freshman Council; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

COLVIN, CAROLE LOU CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA OMICRON PI; lllini 

Union Committee (2); Star Course Manager (1); Orchesis (1) 

CONDON, ROBERT LEWIS ROCXFORD; B.S. in Finance; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; University 

Theatre Crew (I); Interfraternity Council (1, 4); House President (4); Finance Club 

CONE, ROBERT DEXTER SALEM; B.S. in Agriculture; SATYR; Dairy Production Club; Field 

and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Centralia Junior College 

CONN, LOUIS MICHAEL CALUMET CITY; B.S. in Industrial Education; DAS HAUS; Alpha 

Eta Rho; House President (4); Industrial Education Society 

CONNELLY, SARA JEAN PETERSBURG; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA DELTA; 

University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4); Campus Chest (2); Student 
National Education Association 

CONNORS, CHARLES EDWARD CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club 

COOKSEY, LARRY DEAN CENTRALIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Southern Illinois 

University; Centralia Junior College 

COOIEY, MARY CARR ROCKFORD; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA GAMMA; lllini 

Union Committee (1); University Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Crew (1); 
llligreek (2) 

COOPER, DONALD EUGENE COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA TAU DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (2, 3); Accountancy Club 

COOPER, ROSALIND .... CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; lllini 
Union Committee (1, 2) 

COORDES, DONALD REINHARD DANFORTH; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Education 

Club; Honors Day (3) 

COOTS, ROBERT ED HAVANA; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club 

COPE, WINStOW FOSTER RANTOUL; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

Intramural Manager (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illinois Wesleyan University 

CORK, ALAN BRUCE ROCKTON; B.S. in Restaurant Management; DELTA UPSILON; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1, 2) 

CORLISS, JOHN GRAHAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; ACACIA; Mask and 

Bauble; University Theat.-e Manager (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (1); Major, 
Army ROTC (3); Military Council (2,3); Ordnance Club (3); Pershing Rifles (1,2,3); 
Scabbard and Blade (2, 3) 

CORNETT, EWEL BUTLER JR LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY; Bachelor of Music; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia; University Theatre Cast (4); Spring Musical (4); University of Kentucky 

CORNILLE, JAMES FRANK WEST FRANKFORT; B.S. in Accountancy; Sigma Delta Pi, Ac- 
countancy Club; Centenary College 

COSTABILE, EUGENE ANTHONY ... . CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; House President (2, 3); 
Accountancy Club; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 

COSTELLO, TERRY ALLEN SOUTH HOLLAND; B.S. in Marketing; FORBES HOUSE; Market- 
ing Club; Varsity Track Squad (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

COSTIN, RICHARD JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 

202; Marketing Club; University of Wisconsin; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



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COTELl, GORDON LESLEY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Navy Pier Alumni I 

Association; Omega Beta Pi; Geiman Club; Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of I 
the University of Illinois 

COURTEAU, DONALD GREER MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; Gar- 1 

goyle; SeconH Lieut., Army ROTC (3, A): A. I. A.; Honors Day (2, 3); University of 
Wisconsin 

COWARD, GEORGE ALLEN FLAT ROCK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; COLLEGE HALL; 

A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Honors Day (1) 



COX, CAROL ANN OAK PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

lllini Union Committee (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (2); Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2); Bowling Green State University 

COX, ROYAL LEE BIGGSVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; Chi Gamma lota; Accountancy Club; 

Honors Day (1,2) 

CRAIG, DAVID ROWATT HERRIN; B.S. in Civil Engineering: Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; Sec- 
ond Lieur., Army ROTC (3, 4); A.S.C.E.; Honors Day !3) 



CREVISTON, WARREN TRUE JR PRINCETON; B.S. in Marketing; PSI UPSILON; University 

Theatre Crew (1); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Marketing Club 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT PHILIP FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS; B.S. in Journalism; FORBES 

HOUSE; Phi Alpha Theta; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (2, 3); Campus Chest (1); 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Varsity Track Squad (2); WILL (3, 4); Newman 
Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Freshman Week Committee (3); Young 
Democrats Club; WPGU 

CROLL, DIANE GLENVIEW; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA DELTA PI; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

The lllio (1); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course 
Manager (I, 2); WPGU (2); Honors Day (1) 

CROOKS, CLARENCE JAMES JR PEORIA; B.A. in L.A.S. ; ALPHA PHI ALPHA; House 

President (4); Delta Sigma Omicron; Junior Bar Association; Rho Epsilon; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; WPGU 

CROSBY, CAROL ANN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Business Education; BUSEY HALL: University 

Theatre Crew (1); Business Education Club; Student National Education Club; Honors 
Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

CROSS, JOHN SCHOLL BELLEVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; Star and Scroll; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3); 
Honors Day (2) 



CUMMINS, DONALD PAUL MONTICELLO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering 

CUNNINGHAM, MARY JO GEORGETOWN; B.S. in Homie Economics; 4-H HOUSE; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee (4); 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); AM-Ag Field Day Committee (3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2, 4); Sno-Ball Committee (1, 4); Home Economics Club; 
Little United Nations 



CUNNINGHAM, PATRICIA ANNE EDWARDSVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; 

KAPPA GAMMA; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); llligreek (4); Stephens College 



KAPPA 



CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS HENRY MACKEY MARTINSVILLE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineer- 
ing; Lieut. Col., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); I.A.S.; Iowa Stale College 

CURRY, CHARLES FREDRICK ELMHURST; B.S. in General Engineering; THETA CHI; lllini 

Union Committee (1); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta 
(3, 4); Marketing Club 

CURTIS, BARBARA ANN TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA; B.S. in Agriculture; ALLEN HALL; 

Honors Day (1) 



CURTIS, HENRY JOSEPH OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA; B.S. in L.A.S.; KAPPA ALPHA 

PSI; House President (3) 

CUSIMANO, JOSEPH VINCENT MAYWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA PI; lllini Union 

Committee (1, 2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Student Senate (1, 2, 3); Greek 
Week Committee (2); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Zeta Sigma Alpha (3); Young 
Democrats Club 

CWIKLINSKI, RONALD JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; lllini 

Union Committee (2); Tribe of lllini (3, 4); Varsity Golf Squad (2, 3, 4) Letter (2, 3. 4); 
Freshman Varsity Golf Squad; llligreek (2); Marketing Club; Honors Day (1) 



DAHMAN, RAY ARTHUR GALESBURG; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Evanston Com- 
munity College 

DALEIDEN, DAVID ANTHONY WEST CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; Chi Gamma lota; Ac- 
countancy Club; Finance Club; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Honors Day (2, 3) 

DALY, KATHRYN MARY WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI KAPPA SIGMA; 

The lllio (I); lllini Union Committee (2); University Theatre Crew (1); Student Na- 
tional Education Association 



DANIELSEN, CARL CHICAGO; B.S. in Agriculture; Morgan Park Junior College; Roosevelt 

College 

DANLEY, ELAINE ANN WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA PHI; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee (I); House President (4); Home Economics 
Council (2); Home Economics Club 

DANOSKY, ANTHONY JOSEPH LINCOLN, B.S. in Management; SIGMA PI; Tribe of lllini 

(41; V.irsily Football Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (4); Freshman Varsity Football Squad (1); 
Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4) 



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DARBY, DEIORES ANNE FLOSSMOOR; B.F.A. in Art Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Mortar Board; Torcin; The lllio (1, 2); Star Course Manager (2, 3); Concert and Enter- 
tainment Board 

DASKAL, JAY LEONARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; 

House President (4); A.C.S.; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors 
Day (1): Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

DAVENPORT, WILLIAM CHARLES BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Management; SIGMA PI; Skull and 

Crescent; lllini Union Committee (2, 3): Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Fine and 
Applied Arts Council (3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Society 
for the Advancement of Management 

DAVIS, DONALD WYLIIE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Management; SIGMA TAU GAMMA; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Society for the Advancement of Management; Lincoln College 

DAVIS, MARGUERITE MARY CHICAGO; B.S. in Speech Correction; ALLEN HALL; Na- 
tional Collegiate Players; University Theatre Cast (3, 4); House President (4); Pier 
Playhouse, President (3); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

DAVIS, RAYMOND ALLEN BETHALTO; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Education Club; 

Southern Illinois University 



DAVIS, ROBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; GARNER HOUSE; Psi Chi; House President (4); 

Society for the Advancement of Management; Hofstra College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

DAVIS, VIRGINIA MAREA PONTIAC; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; CHI OMEGA; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; Iowa State College 



DAVISON, MARI ANNE 

Junior College 



DANVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; Danville 



DEAL, BARBARA HAZEL JENNINGS, LOLHSIANA; 8. A. in L.A.S.; Louisiana College 

DECKER, RUTH CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; LAUREL HOUSE; The 

lllio (1,2); lllini Union Committee (2,3) 

DEENER, MILBERT CHARLES EAST PEORIA; B.S. in Marketing; COLONIAL MANOR; Ac- 
countancy Club; Marketing Club; Young Democrats Club 

DELA CUESTA, HERNAN MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA TAU 

GAMMA; A.S.C.E. 

DELA CUESTA, IVAN RICARDO MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA 

TAU GAMMA; A.S.C.E.; Colombian Students Club; National University of Colombia; 
Queens College 

DELONG, EDWARD EWING III WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Journalism; DELTA TAU DELTA; 

Sachem; House President (3, 4); Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Varsity Track Squad (2, 3), 
Letter (2, 3); Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Varsity Football Squad (2, 3); Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad; Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 

DEIVEAUX, ARNOLD RICHARD JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; Marketing Club; 

Society for the Advancement of Management 

DEMPSEY, RONALD EUGENE AURORA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; DELTA TAU 

DELTA; Varsity Gymnastics Squad [2, 3); Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad; Fresh- 
man Varsity Football Squad; Lieut. Col., Army ROTC (3, 4) 

DEMUNNO, JIM FRANK ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Journalism; Sigma Delta Chi; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (3, 4); WILL-TV (3, 4); lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Market- 
ing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Young Democrats Club; Spanish Club; 
Northwestern University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

DENBY, DELBERT ALFORD GIRARD; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Ma-Wan- 
Da; lllini Union Board (4); Major Chairman Block I lllini Union Committee (3); lllini 
Union Committee (1, 2); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); S.N.I.B. {I, 2); All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (1, 2); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2); Hoof and Horn Club; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (I); Board of Fraternity Affairs (3); Interfraternity Executive 
Council (3) 

DENNIS, MARVIN DUANE BYRON; B.S. in Accountancy; PI KAPPA ALPHA; Star and 

Scroll; House President (3, 4); Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Intramural Manager (2, 
3); IM Rec Board (2, 3); Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Accountancy 
Club; Honors Day (1) 

DENOMY, ROBERT WILLIAM ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Management; Sigma lota 

Epsilon; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Honors Day 
(3); University of Florida; University of Maryland 

DEPAUW, JAMES FRANCIS EAST MOLINE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; Pi Tau Sigma; Saint Ambrose College 

DEPAUW, RICHARD ARTHUR GENESEO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; University 

Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club (1); A.F.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.M.E. 

DEVAISHER, RONALD LEE HARVEL; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; LOOK-OUT MANOR; 

House President (3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); A.S.M.E. 

DIBENEDETTO, PATSY VINCENT BROOKLYN, NEW YORK; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Capt., 

Army ROTC (3, 4); Society of American Military Engineers (3, 4); A.S.C.E. 

DICANIO, THOMAS CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

DICKINSON, JUDIE ANNE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Journalism; ZETA TAU ALPHA; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; Illinois Wesleyan University 



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DICKSON, JON ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.AA.E.; Illini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Flying Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

DIETRICH, WILLIAM DALE TUSCOLA; B.S. in Industrial Administration; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Marketing Club; Miami University 

DILLMAN, EARL DEAN M.ARTINSVILLE; B.S. in Marketing; SHAWNEE HOUSE; Marketing 

Club; Eastern Illinois University 



DILLOW, GARY EUGENE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; DAS HAUS 

D'IMPERIO, JOAN ROBERTA CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of English; MCKINLEY 

HALL; Newman Foundation STudent Council (3); Illini Forensic Association; Honors Day 
fl, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

DING WA, MARAN SINLUM, BHAMO DISTRICT, BURMA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

KOINONIA; Pi Tau Sigma; University of Rangoon 



DIRKS, HERMAN SPRINGFIELD; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; Junior Interfraternity 

Council (1); Landscape Architecture Society 

DITTMER, PAUL HERBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; PHI KAPPA; Sachem; Skull and 

Crescent, President; Alpha Kappa Psi; Illini Union Committee (3, 4); Campus Chest {!); 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4); Interfraternity Executive Council (2, 3, 4); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); House President [4); Student Senate (2); llligreek (3); 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Honors Day {1) 

DJERF, JOHN ALFRED LOCKPORT; B.S. in Civil Engineering; NOBLE HOUSE; Alpha Phi 

Omega; House Presidenh (4); Capt.. Air Force ROTC (3, 4); A.S.C E. 



DLUHY, JOHN MICHAEL JR MELROSE PARK; B.S. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Student 

Senate (4); Flying Club 

DOEHRING, DERALD CLARENCE LINCOLN; B.S. in Accountancy; Alpha Kappa Psi; Ac- 
countancy Club; Lincoln College 

DOEPP, ROBERT ALAN HOMEWCOD- B.S. In L.A.S.; GARMEN; Phi Eta Slama; Tomahavi^k; 

Omega Beta Pi; House President (2); University Choir (4); Men's Glee Club (1, 2); 
Honors Day (1) 



DOHME, ADLON CAROL CHAMPAIGN; B.A. In L.A.S.; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; Mortar 

Board; ShI-AI, President (3); Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Board (4), 
Major Chairman Illini Relations Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Union Council f3) 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4); Student Senate (4) 
Committee on Student Affairs (4); Greek Week Committee (2); Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mitte (2); Hawaii Club; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

DOLAN, JAMES TERRY SULLIVAN; B.S. In Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club; Field 

and Furrow; Illini Sportsman's Club 

DOMKE, KAREN MARIE WAUKEGAN; B.S. In Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Illini Union Committee (2); Women's Glee Club {2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (2); Gamma 
Delta 



1 



Journalism; FORBES HOUSE; 



DONAHOO, WILLIAM WARREN WASHINGTON; B.S. 

Sigma Delta Chi; Delta Sigma Omicron 

DOUGLAS, ROBERT PHILLIP MAYWOOD; B.S. In Electrical Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

DOVRE, HOWARD ADRIAN WEST CHICAGO- B.S. in Ch-il Engin»»rinn- KAPPA DELTA 

RHO; I.P.C. Photography Staff (2, 4); llligreek (4); Ensign, NROTC (3, 4); Phalanx 
(3, 4); Military Ball Committee (4) 



DOWDING, FIELDER GEORGE CLARENDON HILLS: B.S. in Electrical Engineering; The 

lllio (2); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

DOWELL, EARL HUGH ARTHUR; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma 

Tau; Tau Beta PI; PI Mu Epsilon; Sigma Gamma Tau; Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); 
First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); I.A.S.; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

DOYLE, DONALD ERLE JOLIET; B.A. in L.A.S.; NOBLE HOUSE; Joliet Junior College 



DOYLE, JAMES BARTA BROOKFlELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ARMORY HOUSE; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Honors Day (t) 

DOYLE, MARY LOU ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY; B.S. In Home Economics; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Omicron Nu; Phi Upsilon Omicron; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee 
(1); Newman Foundation Student Council (4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (1); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (1); Home Economics Club; Honors Day {1} 

DRAEGERT, JEAN ALLISON DANVILLE; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA XI DELTA; Shorter Board; 

ShI-AI; Mask and Bauble; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (3); University Theatre 
Manager (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (I); House President (4); Student Senate (4); 
Coordination Committee (4); University Theatre Board (4) 

DRAKE, SIMONE LEE BEMENT; B.S. in Physical Education; MCKINLEY HAIL 

DRAPER, RONALD EUGENE ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S.; ACACIA; Illini Union 

Committee (1); I.A.S.; Southern Illinois University; Modesto Junior College 

DRENCKHAHN, MARY ELLEN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S.; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; Omegs 

Beta Pi; Illini Union Commiltee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Campus Chest (2); 
Panfiellenk Executive Council (1); Spanish Club; Honors Day (1) 



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DRESSEl, PHILIIP FREDERICK GRANITE CITY; B.S. in Management; PHI DELTA THETA; 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Board of Fraternity Affairs (2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Executive 
Council (2, 3), President (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Dairy Technology Society; 
Honors D?y (1) 

DREWEL, DEAN DONALD LITCHFIELD; B.S. in Accountancy; COSINE CLUB; House Presi- 
dent (4); Honors Day (I); Accountancy Club 

DREWS, ROBERT BERNARD CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; Scarab; A. I. A.; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois 



DROY, JOAN TROY; B.S. in Home Economics; THETA UPSILON; lllini Union Committee 

(1, 2, 3); Home Economics Club; Marketing Club 

DRUHAN, BARBARA MARIE LIBERTYVILLE; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; EVANS 

HALL; Phi Alpha Theta; Young Republicans Club; Ripon College 

DUDEK, WALTER IGNATIOUS CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; PHI KAPPA; Marketing 

Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; St. Ambrose College 



DUNN, PATRICIA ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Physical Education; SIGMA KAPPA; W.A.A. 

(3); Terrapin (2, 3, 4); lllini Christian Fellowshio (2, 4); Physical Education Majors 
Club 



DUQUE, HERNAN MANIZALES, COLOMBIA; B.S. 

Students Club 



Electrical Engineering; Colombian 



DURCHSLAG, MARK BURTON CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; ZETA BETA TAU; Ma-Wan- 
Da; Sachem; Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily lllini (1, 2, 3, 4); The lllio (1, 2); Campus 
Chest (1. 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (I); Young Democrats Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 



DURRETT, RICHARD LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; COLLEGE HALL; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

DUWElt, DAN ALLAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA PHI DELTA; 

University Chorus (2, 4); A.S.M.E.; Wright Junior College 

DWECK, EDWARD MEYER NEW YORK, NEW YORK; Bachelor of Architecture; NOBLE 

HOUSE; Alpha Phi Omega; A. I. A.; A.S.C.E.; University of Miami 



DYCUS, JERRY RAY MOUNT VERNON; B.S. in Physical Education; SIGMA CHI; Skull and 

Crescent; Board of Fraternity Affairs {!); Interfraternity Executive Council (2); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Freshman Council; Tribe of lllini (4); Senior Gymnastic 
Manager (4); Athletic Council (4); Freshman Week Committee (4); Greek Week Com- 
mittee (4); Lieut, (j.g.), NROTC (4); Industrial Education Society; Trident; Physical 
Education Majors Club 

DYNDA, ERNEST FRANCIS REDONDO BEACH, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Economics and Ac- 
countancy; DELTA SIGMA PI; lllini Union Committee (4); lllini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; Rho Epsiion; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

DZIUBALA, THOMAS JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; GARNER HOUSE; 

I.A.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

EASLEY, KENNETH NORMAN VERMONT; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Sigma Tau; 

Pi Mu Epsiion; McKinley Foundation Student Council (4); I.A.S.; Western Illinois 
State College; New York University 

EBERHART, JOSEPH KARL CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; Navy Pier Alumni 

Association; Student National Education Association; Chicago Teachers College; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

EBISU, FRANCES YOSHIKO CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Ha«/aii Club; German 

Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



ECKER, MARILYN NINA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; Spanish Club; 

Young Democrats Club; University of Miami 

ECKERT, NEAl EUGENE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; FARM HOUSE; Star and Scroll; 

Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3); House President (3, 4); Agri- 
cultural Economics Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Young Republicans Club 

EDEUS, JAMES ALFRED ROCK FALLS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Second Regimental 

Band (1, 2); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



EGGERICHS, JAMES MARLYS PEORIA; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (2); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Capt., Army ROTC 
{3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club, President (4) 

EHRET, ANNE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Chemistry; BUSEY HALL; Alpha Lambda Delta; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (I, 2) 

EHRLICH, ANN ELIZABETH CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; DELTA GAMMA 



EHRLICHER, MARY ALICE PEKIN; B.S. in Journalism; GAMMA PHI BETA; Gamma Alpha 

Chi; The lllio (3); Marketing Club; University of Michigan; Harvard University 

EICHER, GLEN OWEN BELLEVILLE; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; Forsite (2, 3, 4); 

Landscape Architecture Society; Belleville Junior College 

EICHHOLZ, WILLIAM CHARLES VILLA PARK; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NEW- 
MAN HALL; I.A.S.; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



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EKBLAW, ANDREW II URBANA^ B.S. In General Engineering; ACACIA; Sachem; Skull and 

Crescent; Alpha Phi Omega; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre CrevM (1, 2, 3, 4); Lutheran Foundation Student Council (I); Inter- 
fraternity Ball Committee {2): Hirst Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society of American 
Military Engineers (2) 

EKLUND, HAUS JACOB MALMO, SWEDEN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TAU KAPPA 

EPSILON; Illinois Wesleyan University 

EKSTRAND. HARRY THEODORE JR MOLINE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Sigma Tau; 

I.A.S.; Moline Community College; Southern Methodist University 



EKSTROM, CAROL NADINE CHICAGO; B.S. in Business Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); Orchesis (3); Business Education Club; Northwestern 
University 

ELLIOTT, JEANINE MARIE ROCKFORD; B.A. in L.A.S.; VANLIG; House President (4); 

University Chorus (2); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Young Republicans 
Club; Purdue University 

ELLIOTT, JOHN REGINALD ROCKFORD; B.S. in Economics; ROOJAH; Phi Eta Sigma; House 

President (3); LAS Council (2, 3); lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Honors Day 
(1); Beloii College 



ELOVITZ, PEARL CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; CONCORDIA; Hillel Foundation Student 

Council (3); French Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Student National Education 
Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ELSON, JOHN DEAN HIGHLAND; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E.- Honors Day (2, 3); Washington University 

ELZAURDIA, WIlllAM DONALD LEYDEN TOWNSHIP; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



ENGELBERG, MORTON ROY MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE; B.S. in Journalism; PHI SIGMA 

DELTA; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (4); I.P.C. Photography Staff (4); Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (3); llligreek (2), Executive Editor (3); lllini Writers (3); 
Greek \A/eek Committee (3); Interfraternity Ball Committee (3) 

ENGLISHMAN, DONALD ELLSWORTH HAZEL CREST; B.F.A. in Art Education; BARTON 

HOUSE; Thornton Junior College 

EPPARD, SANDRA JEAN EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Music Education; DELTA ZETA; Sigma 

Alpha lota; The Daily lllini (T); lllini Union Committee (T, 2, 3); University Theatre 
Crew (1); University Chorus (2); Women's Glee Club (I, 3, 4); McKinley Foundation 
Student Council {I, 2); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1); Student National Education 
Association; Honors Day (2, 3) 

ERCEGOVAC, OLGA MARIE BERWYN; B.S. in General Engineering; ALLEN HALL; Morton 

Junior College 

ERICKSEN, JOYCE ANN GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; W.A.A. (3); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3); Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Illinois Wesleyan University 

ERNST, JOAN MARIE AURORA; B.S. in Physical Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; University Theatre Cast (2); Orchesis (I, 2, 3, 4); Spring Musical (I) 



ERWIN, CARENE MABLE LOCKPORT, B.A. in L.A.S.; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; University Choir (3); lllini Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Sociology Club, President 
(4); Beloit College 

ESGAR, KENNETH JOHN MAZON; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (3, 4); Dairy Production Club 

ESSIINGER, CARL WALTER DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; Phi Alpha 

Theta; lllini Union Committee (I); Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 
(2, 3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (I); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Men's Glee Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (2, 3); Military Ball Committee (3, 4); Major, Army 
ROTC (3, 4); Armed Forces Council (4); Pershing Rifles (I, 2); Student National 
Educatiori Association; Young Republicans Club 

EVAN, ELIZABETH ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in the Teaching of Social Studies; BIRCH HALL; 

Phi Alpha Theta; Newm.an Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Navy Pier Alumni 
Association; Young Democrats Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

EVANS, DAVID LEWIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; lllini Union Committee (3) 

EVANS, JOHN REAVES AUBURN; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Interfraternity 

Ball Committee (3); Maiketing Club 



EVANS, NANCY CAROL FORT WAYNE, INDIANA; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

CHI OMEGA; Shorter Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Major Chairman Coffee Hours lllini 
Union Committee (3); lllini Union Council (3); lllini Union Committee (I, 2); Star 
Course Manager (I, 2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4); House President (4); 
Honors Day (I, 2) 

EVANS, ROGER HAROLD .... LAKE ZURICH; B.S. in Agriculture; ACACIA; Alpha Phi Omega; 
lllini Union Committee (U; University Theatre Crew; Freshman Varsity Wrestling 
Syuad; Ail-Ag Field Day Committee (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Agricultural 
Economics Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Young Republicans Club 

EVANSON, PETER CaSE ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Omega Beta 

Pi; Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4); Football Marching Band (I, 2); First Regimental 
Band (1, 2); Freshman Week Committee (2, 3); Honors Day (I); Wheaton College 

EVENSON, DONALD EDWARD MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; 

ALPHA RHO CHI; Scarab; Greek Week Committee (4); Interfraternity Ball Committee 
(4'; ,\.I.A.; A.S.C.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club; University of Wisconsin 

EZER, ROCHEllE FRANCES CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S,; EVANS HALL; Mortar Board; Torch; 

The Dally lllini (1); lllini Union Committee (I); W.G.S. Executive Council (2, 3); 
Panhellenlc-W.G.S. Coordination Committee (4); Student Senate (3); Coordination Com- 
mittee (3); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3) 



FABRO. 



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ALBERT EUGENE 

Coll:-,,. 



CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A.; Wright Junior 



FAGEL, AILEN JOSEPH GLENCOE; B.S. in Economics; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
menf of Management; Young Republicans Club 

FAIRGRIEVES, RICHARD lEE BELVIDERE; B.S. in Agriculture; NOBLE HOUSE; Alpha Zeta; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tau Aipha; Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club; Field and Furrow; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3) 

FALLUCCO, MARGUERITE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BUSEY HALL; Phi Alpha Theta; Honors 

Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



FAN, JOHN JONE JONG SHANGHAI, CHINA; B.S. in L.A.S.; Chinese Students Club 

FARQUHAR, ROBERT WILIARD OAKLAWN; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Sigma Tau; 

Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma Tau; I.A.S.; Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key (3); Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

FARREIL, MARTIN JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; NEWMAN HALL; lllini Forensic 

Association; Maikering Club; Phi Kappa Delta, President (3); Honors Day (1); Wright 
Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



FATFA, GEORGE PETER MELROSE PARK; B.S. in Management; THETA KAPPA PHI; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4); Newman Foundation Student Council 
(1,2,3,4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4) 

FAULKNER, JANE WHITNEY CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of English; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Mortar Board; The lllio (2,3); University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 
(3), President (4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2,3,4); Campus Chest (2); llligreek (2); 
Greek Week Committee (2); Panhellenic Bail Committee (2); DePauw University 

FAXON, GLEN ELMO JR SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; lllini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202 



FEINGOLD, HARVEY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER HOUSE; Tau Beta 

Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

FENDER, ROBERTA MAE WESTERN SPRINGS; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA PHI; Social Work 

Club; Sociology Club; University of Oklahoma 

FENNEIL, THOMAS EDWARD JR ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; Bachelor of Architecture; SIGMA 

TAU GAMMA; A. I. A.; Purdue University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



FENTON, THOMAS EUGENE KEMPTON; B.S. 

Normal University 



in Agriculture; SON'S HOME; Illinois State 



FERGUSON, BERNICE KAY WINSLOW; B.A. in the Teaching of Spanish; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3); N.S.A. Senate Sub- 
committee (3,4); Spanish Club; Young Republicans Club; Monmouth College 

FERGUSON, CHARLES MCCORMICK ROCK ISLAND; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



FICHT, THOMAS ANDREW WASHBURN; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; AFTER HOURS; 

Forsite (2, 3, 4); Landscape Architecture Society 

FIEDLER, ALLAN RAY EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; WPGU; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

FIELD, RONALD BURTON CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; TAU DELTA PHI; lllini Union 

Committee (1); House President (3,4); Cheerleader (2,3,4); lllini Traditions Com- 
mittee (3) 



FIELDS, JOHN ROBERT ENFIELD; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club 

FINCH, CHARLES EDWARD JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in Management; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Military Ball Committee (4); Major, Air Force ROTC 
(3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Flying Club; Illinois College 

FINCHER, JOSEPH EDWARD STEGER; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; The Daily 

lllini (1); All-Ag Field Day Committee (4); Agricultural Economics Club 



FINK, MELVIN RONNY EMDEN; Bachelor of Music; PHI KAPPA PSI; Skull and Crescent 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Major Chairman Jaz7-U-Like-lt lllini Union Committee (4) 
Concert Band (3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (1, 2) 
University Orchestra (3, 4) 

FINKEL, ROBERT GLENN WADSWORTH; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; MARKLAND; M.I.A. 

Executive Council (2); A.C.S.; Gamma Delta; Young Republicans Club; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; Pier Football (2) 

FINLEY, JANIS KAY NEWTON; B.S. in Home Economics Education; MCKINLEY HALL; 

Home Economics Club; Honors Day (1) 



FIRRANTELLO, JOSEPH CARL CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Music Education; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (3); Football Marching Band (3); First 
Regimental Band (2); Second Regimental Band (1); University Orchestra (3,4) 

FISCHER, ROBERT THEODORE EVANSTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; lllini Union Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1); Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); Society of American Military Engineers (3); A.F.S. 

FISHMAN, JORDAN SIDNEY CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; TAU EPSILON PHI 



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FISHMAN, SONDRA ROSIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Educalion; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; 

University Theatre Crew (2); Student Senate (3); Honors Day (2,3) 

FITZGERALD, BARBARA CAROL ARCOLA; B.F.A. in Art Education; STRATFORD HOUSE; 

First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Baptist Foundation Student Council (2); Honors 
Day (1) 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT DANIEL ELMHURST; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Illinois Techno- 

graph (2); A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

FITZMAURICE, GERALD ROBERT SR BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

FIX, JOHN NEILSON EVANSTON; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI KAPPA PSI; Tribe o! 

Illini (2,3,4); Varsity Swimming Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2,3,4); Freshman Varsity 
Swimming Squad; Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club 

FLANNERY, CURTIS EDWARD .METROPOLIS; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A.; Southern 

Illinois University 

FLEISHER, RICHARD SHELDON MATTOON; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI EPSILON PI; Omega Beta 

Pi; Campus Chest (1); Freshman Week Committee (2); Spanish Club 

FLEWELLYN, HELEN ANNE LEE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PALAMAR; Home 

Economics Club; Russell Sage College 

FLIGELMAN, HELEN MYRNA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini (1); Campus Chest (3); W.A.A. (1); 
Universily Chorus (3); Student National Education Association; Honors Day (1,2,3) 

FLOYD, PHYLLIS JEAN ALEXIS; B.S. m Home Economics; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Shorter 

Board; Phi Upsilon Omiicron, President (4); University Theatre Crew (2); S.N.l.B. 
{2, 3); Home Economics Council (4); Panhellenic Ball Committee (2); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (2, 3); Home Economics Club 

FLYNN, DIANA LEE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S.; PI BETA PHI; Star Course Manager (1); 

Pershing Rifles Sponsor (2, 3) 

FLYNN, JAMES DUNN QUINCY; B.S. in Music Education; Concert Band (1,2,3); Football 

Marching Band (1,2); Univertity Orchestra (2,3) 

FORD, GERALD WILLARD LOMBARD; B.A. in Economics; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Illini 

Union Committee (1); Universiry Theatre Cast (3); Star Course Manager (1); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (2); Campus Chest (2); Interfraternity Ball Committee (3); LAS Council 
(3,4) 

FORE, DONALD LEE CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; LUNDGREN HALL; A.I. A.; 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

FORESTNER, DAVID GEORGE EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Finance; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Finance Club 

FORSYTHE, WILLIAM JOSEPH PEORIA; B.S. in Food Technology; PHI DELTA THETA; 

Tribe of Illini (2,3,4); Varsity Swimming Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2); Freshman Var- 
sity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (2, 3, 4); Major, Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4) 

FORTIER, JAMES DONALD CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

M.I.S. 

FOSTER, GAIL ARDEN OAK PARK; B.S. in Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Blackburn College 

FOSTER, SAMUEL FREDERICK WATSEKA; B.S. in Agriculture; SIGMA CHI; Ma-Wan-Da; 

Sachem; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3); Football Manager (1,2,3); Agricultural 
Education Club 

FOX, GENE THOMAS SPARTA; B.S. in L.A.S.; BETA THETA PI; Phi Alpha Mu; Concert 

Band (2,3); Football Marching Band (2,3); First Regimental Band (1); Cyclothem 
Club; Honors Day (1,3) 

FOX, MICHAEL EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON PHI; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Freshman Week Committee 
(2); Honors Day (1,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

FRANCIS, ANTON DOMINIC CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; 

I.A.S. 

FRANK, DARRELL EUGENE CEDARVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; 

A.S.M.E.; Illini Campus Amveis Post No. 202; Honors Day (1,3) 

FRANK, ROBERT WALTER PLAINVIEW; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; Wa-Na-See; 

Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 3); S.N.l.B. (2); 
Agricultural Council (3); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Cooperative Extension Club, 
President (3); Honors Day (1, 3) 

FRANKEL, SHARON RUTH CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Omega Beta Pi; Young Democrats Club; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

FRANTZ, CALVIN CHARLES DANVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; CLUB 311; Lu- 
theran Foundation Student Council (3, 4); A.S.M.E.; University of Cincinnati 

FRAZELLE, ALAN EUGENE DES PLAINES; B.S. in ManagcmcMit; Marketing Club; Carthage 

College 

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FRAZIER, LEWIS ERSKINE EFFINGHAM; B.S. in L.A.S.; COLLEGE HALL; M.I. A. Executive 

Council (3, 4); Sno-Ball Committee (4); lllini Sportsman's Club; Spanish Club 

FREDERICHS, lEROY JOHN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA 

TAU OMEGA 



FREEHIIL, 



PATRICIA EILEEN MELVIN; B.S. in the Teaching of Speech; Mortar Board, 

Torch; Alpha Chron; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Players, President (4) 
Zeta Phi Eta; lllini Union Committee (1, 2); University Theatre Manager (2); Univer 
sity Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3); St. Pat's Ball Queer 
(3); Honors Day (3) 



FREEMAN, CHARLES ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; FORBES HOUSE; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois 

FREEMAN, CLYDE HENRY WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FLAGG 

HOUSE; Pershing Rifles (1, 2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

FREEMAN, LINDA S CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



FREEMAN, THOMAS GENE JR SPRINGFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Skull and Crescent; The Daily lllini (1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1) 

Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Military Ball Committee (I); Ensign, NROTC (3, 4) 
Tri-Dent 

FREIMANIS, IVARS CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; M.I.S.; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

FREY, ROBERT LEON CARTHAGE; B.S. in Agriculture 



FRIBLEY, JUDITH ANN PANA; B.S. in Elementary Education; THETA UPSILON; lllini Union 

Committee (4); Young Democrats Club; MacMurray College 

FRIEDL, NANCY ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA XI DELTA; Mask and Bauble, 

President (4); University Theatre Manager (3, 4); University Theatre Crev*/ (1); W.A.A. 
(1) 

FULKERSON, WARREN DALE BLACKSTONE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; AFTER 

HOURS; House President (2); I.A.S.; Honors Day (1); University of Maryland 



FUNKHOUSER, JOHN RUSSELL MOUNT VERNON; B.S. in General Engineering; TWIN 

ESTATES; Phi Eta Sigma; Honors Day (1); Southern Illinois University 

FURMAN, SANDFORD NEW YORK, NEW YORK; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO 

CHI; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society of 
American Military Engineers (3, 4); A.l.A. 

FURNO, JAMES FRANK CHRiSTOPHER; B.S. in Accountancy; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; First 

Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Pershing Rifles {2, 3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 



FURNO, JOHN ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; GRANADA CLUB; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for the Advancement of Management; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

FUTTERMAN, JAMES LEE GLENCOE; B.S. in Finance; TAU EPSILON PHI; lllini Insurance 

Society 



GAAR, HOBART EARLE 



FREEPORT; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



GABBARD, THOMAS HARDY CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in General Engineering; PHI DELTA 

THETA; Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Tribe of lllini (2, 3), President (4); Varsity Wrestling 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; Athletic Council 
(4); Capt., NROTC (3, 4); Armed Forces Council (4); Navy Council (4); Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4); Tri-Dent (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2) 

GAEBE, JAMES RUSSELL CRYSTAL LAKE; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; DELTA CHI; 

Wa-Na-See; Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E.; 
M.I.S. 

GAFFNEY, JAMES FREDERICK ARTHUR; B.S. in General Engineering; KOINONIA; House 

President (4); University Baptist Foundation Student Council (4); Engineering Council 
(3); IM Rec Board (3) 

GAGE, MELVA FRANCES MARSEILLES; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; PRESBY HALL; The 

lllio (1, 2); I. U.S. A. Barbereltes (1); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3); Busi- 
ness Education Club; Honors Day (1) 

GAITER, DONALD CALI, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; 

Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes; American University 

GALINSKY, JAMES ALLEN HAMMOND, INDIANA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; NOBLE 

HOUSE; M.I. A, Executive Council (4); St. Pat's Bali Committee (3); Capt., Air Force 
ROTC (3); A.S.C.E. 

GALLAGHER, PATRICIA ANN DELAVAN, WISCONSIN; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; 

ALPHA CHI OMEGA; University Theatre Manager (4); University Theatre Crew (2, 3); 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (2, 3); DePauw University 

GALLAGHER, THOMAS PATRICK CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Chi Gamma lota; lllini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Marketing Club; Honors Day (1, 2); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

GALUHN, WILLIAM FRANCIS JR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FLAGG HOUSE; A.C.S.; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



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GAMBILL, PAUIINE MARIE DEKALB; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA DELTA PI; Sigma Delta Pi, 

President (3, 4); The lllio (2); Campus Chest (2); Spanish Club; Honors Day (3) 

GARBER, BILLY EUGENE OAKFORD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

GARCIA, CARLOS ALBERTO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; COL- 
LEGE HALL; University of the Andes 



GARCIA-GARCIA, JUAN ANTONIO ZIPAQUIRA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; 

A.S.C.E.; Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes 

GARDNER, JAMES RUSSEIL EMDEN; B.S. in Industrial Administration; DELTA SIGMA 

PHI; Alpha Kappa Psi; lllini Union Committee (3); Commerce Council (3, 4); Ac- 
countancy Club; French Club, Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Young Republicans Club; Western Illinois State University 



GARRETT, ELIZABETH SCOTT CHAMPAIGN; 

publicans Club 



3. A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA DELTA; Young Re- 



GASKINS, PAUL THOMAS ASHTON; B.S. Aeronautical Engineering; ALPHA CHI RHO; 

University Choir (1, 2, 3), President (4); University Chorus (1); Madrigal Chorus (4); 
Oratorio Society (1, 2); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (1); I.A.S. 



GEBELT, ROBERT EUGENE 



ELGIN; B.S. in L.A.S.; llli-Knights; Elgin Community College 



GEE, RALPH KENNEY FORREST; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; 

Engineering Council (3, 4); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); A.S.A.E. 



GEHEBER, PHIIIP lEE RANSOM; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NOBLE HOUSE; Sigma 

Tau; Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau; Freshman Week Committee (3); I.A.S.; Honors 
Day (2, 3) 

GELIER, MICHAEL SHOIOM CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S. ; GARNER HOUSE; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois; Pier Baseball (2) 

GEORGE, JOHN EARl CORDOVA; B.S. in Zoology 



GERBER, WILLIAM ARTHUR GIBSON CITY; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club 

GERDES, MARVIN LEE GRANT PARK; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; SON'S HOME, 

House President (4); A.S.A.E. 

GERLACH, VALERIE KAY YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO; B.A. in L.A.S.; GAMMA PHI BETA; The 

lllio (1); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (I); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1, 2); French Club 



GERMAINE, JACK HARLON ELMIRA, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S.; lllini Campus Amvets Post 

No. 202 



i.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; 



GERSPACHER, MARY ELIZABETH PEKIN; 

Elmhurst College 

GERSTEIN, ALLEN HARVEY RIVER FOREST; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; ZETA BETA 

TAU; Star and Scroll; Inferfraternity Executive Council (4); House President (4); Stu- 
dent Senate (4); Coordination Committee (4); Varsity Track Squad (2, 3), Letter (2); 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad; St. Pat's Ball Committee (4); A.S.M.E. 



GERTLER, LEONARD FRED SKOKIE; B.S. in Management; ZETA BETA TAU; Sachem; The 

Daily lllini (2, 3); Campus Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); llligreek (2); 
Greek Week Committee (3); Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; WPGU (2); Rifle & Pistol Club 

GESCHWIND, RICHARD DALE RANSOM; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; NOBLE HOUSE; 

Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Economics Club; Field and Furrow; Honors Day (2, 3) 

GIANNONI, SANDRA JEAN PARK RIDGE; B.A. in the Teaching of English; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; The lllio (1, 2); Major Chairman Mother's Day lllini Union Committee (3); 
lllini Union Committee (1, 2) 



GIERKE, SANDRA JEAN CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Painting; BIRCH HALL; Society of Illustrators 

GIESE, LOIS ANN WESTCHESTER; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Augustana College 

GIESEKE, JAMES ARNOLD GREENVILLE; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E.; Greenville College 



GILLESPIE, KENNETH CHARLES ST. ELMO; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; NEWMAN HALL; 

Business Education Club, President (3); WPGU (2) 

GILLESPIE, ROGER DWIGHT OREGON; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (I); S.N.I.B. (2, 3, 4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (1); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (3, 4); Agricultural Economics Olub; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club 

GIILILAND, EARL DODD MOUNT MORRIS; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics 

Club; University of Wisconsin 

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GINGRICH, ARTHUR LOWPOINT; B.S. in Agriculture; University Chorus (3); Eurel<a Col- 
lege; Goshen College 

GISH, JOANN MARIE CABERRY; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; Alpha Chron; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club; Young Republicans Club 

GIADISH, JAMES THEODORE ROCKFORD; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Omega Beta 

Pi; Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad 

GIAESER, JOANNE EDITH MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course Manager (1); House Presi- 
dent (4); Greek Week Committee (2, 3) 

GLASS, JOSEPH WARREN BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Industrial Administration; ALPHA 

KAPPA LAMBDA; Ma-Wan-Da; Phi Eta Sigma; Star Course Manager (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); Coordination Committee (4); Concert and Entertainment Board (4); 
Honors Day (I) 

GLASS, THOMAS ANTON SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S.; BARTON HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; 

Campus Chest (3); German Club; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University Band (I, 2); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GLOPPE, JOYCE CAROL CHICAGO; B.A, in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL; University Chorus (2, 3); 

Student National Education Association 

GLOVER, SHERRIL FRANKLIN ENFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; LOOKOUT 

MANOR; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Honors Day (2, 3) 

GLOW, BARBARA JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL; Biology Club, Presi- 
dent (2); W.A.A. (2); Spanish Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GLUCK, PAUL HERBERT NEWARK, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in L.A.S.; FLAGG HOUSE; Sno-Ball 

Committee (3); Young Democrats Club 

GNJATOVICH, MILAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club; Finance Club; 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GODMAN, VERNA MAE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; GAMMA PHI BETA; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (1); House President (3); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3,4); Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (2); Plov\/boy Prom Committee (1); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Home 
Economics Club; Honors Day (1, 2) 

GOEBEL, FREDERICK ARNOLD BUNKER HILL; B.S. in Accountancy; BETA SIGMA PSI; 

University Theatre Crew (2); Gamma Delta; Illinois College 

GOETTSCHE, GERALD EARl GLENVIEW, B.S. in Civil Engineering; EVANS SCHOLARS; 

Sigma Tau; Chi Epsllon; A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (1, 2) 

GOINS, ROGER lEE PAYSON; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA SIGMA PHI; University Theatre Crew 

(3); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Greek Week Committee (4); A.I.Ch.E.; Cyclothem 
Club 

GOLDBERG, RONALD DAVID CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Star and 

Scroll; University Theatre Crew (1, 2) 

GOIOENBERG, LISA ANNE FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA PHI EP- 

SILON; Shi-Ai; lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Crew (1); Star 
Course Manager (1); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1) 

GOLDMAN, EDWIN MARVIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ZETA BETA TAU; Basket- 
ball Manager (3); Accountancy Club 

GOLDMAN, MARIE JOANNE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of French; DELTA PHI 

EPSILON; lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Coordination Committee (I); Freshman 
Week Committee (1); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1); Honors Day (1) 

GOLDSMITH, KAY RITA CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; ALLEN HALL; Illinois Techno- 

graph (3); Flying Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Pier lllini (I, 2); Pier Playhouse (2); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

GOLDSMITH, MURIEL SHEILA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; LAUREL HOUSE; Alpha Chron; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; The lllio (1); lllini Union Committee (2); W.G.S. Executive 
Council (1); Sno-Ball Committee (I); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

GOLDSTINE, RICHARD ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI EPSILON PI; Beta 

Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Sigma lota Epsilon; Commerce Council 
(4); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

GOMBERG, LIONEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PI LAMBDA PHI; lllini 

Union Committee (3); Junior Interfraternity Council (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day 
(3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GOMBOS, EDWARD ANDREW MONESSEN, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Physical Education; 

PHI GAMMA DELTA; Tomahawk; Delta Theta Epsilon; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Tribe of 
lllini (2, 3, 4); Varsity Gymnastics Squad (2, 3, 4). Letter (2, 3. 4); Freshm'in Varsity 
Gymnastics Squad; Freshman Week Committee {2, 3); Physical Education Majors Club; 
Honors Day (I, 3) 

GOMEZ, LEONARDO BUCARAMANGA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes 

GOMEZ, RAMIRO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Colombian Students 

Association 

GOOD, RALPH EDWARD WESTMONT; B.S. in L.A.S.; House President (1); University Chorus 

(2); Men's Glee Club ()); French Club 



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GOODMON, DAVID RALPH BEMENT; B.A. in Economics; ACACIA; Skull and Crescent- 

The lllio (1) 

GOODMAN, JOYCE RAEZA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Student National Education Association; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

GOODWIN, GLEN WESLEY PALESTINE; B.S. in Management; Sigma lota Epsilon; Society 

for the Advancement of Management 

GOOZE, EDWIN JORDON LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; TAU DELTA 

PHI; I.A.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GORDON, BARBARA ANN PARK RIDGE; B.A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA DELTA; Shorter Board; 

mini Union Board (4); Major Chairman High School Circus lllini Union Committee (3); 
mini Union Council (3, 4); lllini Union Committee (I, 2, 3) 

GORDON, DONALD THOMAS ELMHURST; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; FLAGG 

HOUSE; I.A.S. 

GORSKI, STANLEY KAZMIR CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; NEWMAN HALL; Scarab; 

Society of American Military Engineers (3); A. I. A.; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

GOULD, MORTON SKOKIE; B.S. in Journalism; EBEL HALL; The Daily lllini (3); Concert 

Band (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GOULD, PHILLIP LOUIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Sigma 

Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; lllini Union Committee (1); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 
4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (3) 

GRAHM, MARY MARGARET PAXTON; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; University Chorus (3); 

Business Education Club 

GRAMMER, GEORGEANN SMITH EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA GAMMA; Torch; Shi- 

Ai; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Major Chairman Campus Talent lllini Union 
Committee (2); lllini Union Council (2); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Student Senate 
(1, 2); Freshman Council; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2); Orchesis (1); Marketing 
Club; Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

GRAMMER, RAYMOND GRANVILLE WOOD RIVER; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Skull and Crescent; lllini Union Committee (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Major, 
Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 

GRANT, BURTON FRANK HAVANA; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Union Committee (1, 2); 

Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Oratorio Society (4); Marketing Club 

GRANT, STEPHEN DENNIS PARIS; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (I, 2); Varsity Golf Squad (1, 2, 3, 4) 

GRAVES, MARTHA ANN WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily lllini (1, 2); lllini Union Committee (1); 
Little United Nations; Student National Education Association; Honors Day (1, 2) 

GRAY, BARBARA BURNETTE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Chicago Teacher's College; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

GRAY, JOHN ALBERT KIRKLAND; B.S. in Civil Engineering; MOORE HALL; Sigma Tau; 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society of 
American Military Engineers (3, 4); A.S.C.E; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3) 

GRAY, WILLIAM ARTHUR CANTON; B.S. in Accountancy; Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy 

Club; Honors Day (3) 

GREENBURG, BARRY HOWARD CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; ZETA BETA TAU; University 

Theatre Crew (4); Campus Chest (1, 2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council {!); Inter- 
fraternity Ball Committee (2, 3); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); French 
Club 

GREENE, JEANINE MARIE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of English; ROSEWOOD 

LODGE; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Pier lllini (1, 2); lllini Union Com- 
mittee (]); University Choir {1, 2); University Chorus (3); Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
iion; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

GREENIEAF, SANDRA JEAN SPRINGFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; W.A.A. (1); 

House President (4); French Club 

GREENLEE, DONALD MAURICE CHICAGO; B.S. in Sociology; KAPPA ALPHA PSI; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (3, 4); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (2); House President (3, 4); Sociology Club 

GREENSPAN, ROCHELLE FAY CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of English; IOTA ALPHA 

PI; Shi-Ai; University Theatre Crew (1, 2); House President !3); Student Senate (2); 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (I, 2, 3); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1); Sociology 
Club 

GREENWELL, WILLIAM ANTHONY DUQUOIN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; THETA 

CHI; A.S.M.E. 

GREGURICH, ROBERT HENRY PAWNEE; B.S. in Physical Education; MARKLAND; Capt., 

Army ROTC (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club 

GRIFFIN, JOHN ROBERT DUQUOIN; B.S. in Chemical Engineering: THETA CHI; Phi Eta 

Sigma; House President (3); A.I.Ch.E.; Honors Day (I, 2) 

GRIFFIN, YVONNE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; PAIAMAR; Belleville Jun- 
ior College 



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GRIFFITH, JAMES HOMER LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in Chemistry; Chi Gamma lota; Alpha 

Chi Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (4); A.C.S.; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 
202; lllini Forensic Association; Little United Nations 

GRIFFITH, lOWELL EDWIN GALtSBURG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; 

Ma-Wan-Da; I.P.C. Photography Staff (1, 2, 3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

GRIFFITH, RICHARD SETH EVANSTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA NU; Skull 

and Crescent; lllini Union Committee (I, 2); A.S.M.E. 



GRODY, GARY GILBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; ALPINE LODGE; 

I.A.S.; Engineering Council (2); Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

GROGAN, WALTER RAYMOND DANVILLE; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; 

Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Physical Education Majors Club; St. Ambrose 
College; St. Joseph's College 

GRONERT, DONALD FRED CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A.; Wilson Junior 

College; Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



GRUBB, GEORGE ALFRED CHAMPAiGN; B.S. in Journalism; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

Skull and Crescent; Alpha Delta Sigma; The lllio (I, 2); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Honors Day (3) 

GRULKE, ROGER LEE ZION; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; A.I. A. 

GRUSH, HUBERT LEE DWIGHT; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NOBLE HOUSE; Sigma Tau; 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Eta Kappa Nu; House President (3); 
Freshman Week Committee (2, 3); First Lieut., Air Force ROTC (3); Society of American 
Military Engineers (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 



GUETSCHOW, WILLIAM ALBERT HARVARD; B.S. in General Engineering; TAU KAPPA 

EPSILON; Northern Illinois State University 



in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



GUFFEY, WILLIAM BAUSMAN FREEPORT; B.S. 

Honors Day (1, 2) 

GULLAKSON, GLEN EDWIN SERENA; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; Alpha Zeta; 

Phi Ela S:gma; Football Marching Band (3, 4); First Regimental Band (2, 3, 4); Second 
Reg.Imental Band (1); Field and Furrovi/; Hoof and Horn Club; lllini Sportsman's Club; 
Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 



GULLICKSEN, DALE WILLIAM NEW LENOX; B.S. in Agriculture 

GUMS, BARBARA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; lota Sigma Pi; Orchesis (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GUNJI, KEN E CHICAGO; B.S. m Management; GARNER HOUSE; Alpha Phi Omega, 

President (3); House President (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade 
(3, 4); Honors Day (1) 



GURNEY, DONALD EDMUND CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy and Management; NEWMAN 

HALL; Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GURNEY, FRANKLIN THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; NEWMAN HALL; lllini 

insurance Socieiy; Navy Pier Mlumni Association; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

GURVEY, MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Omega Beta Pi; lllini 

Union Committee (1); Inlerfraternity Executive Council (I, 2, 3); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); University Religious Council (1, 2, 3); Hillel Foundation Student Council 
(1, 2, 3); LAS Council (3); Spanish Club 

GUSTAFSON, CARL WILLIAM COAL VALLEY; B.S. in Dairy Technology; PHI KAPPA PHI; 

Dairy Production Club; Dairy Technology Society 

GUSTAUESON, DONALD EUGENE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; Springfield Junior 

College; Bradley University 

GUTHOFF, RONALD RAY BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Accountancy; The Daily lllini (1); Ac- 
countancy Club 



GUYER, WAITER ALBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; NOBLE HOUSE; Beta Alpha Psi; 

Sigma lota Epsilon; Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Honors Day (I); Northwestern 
University; Navy Pier Extension of the Universiy of Illinois 

GUYON, EMMANUEL FRANCIS STREATOR; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

GYURKO, JOHN ELMER CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois 



HAGEN, DALE HENRY BRUSSELS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Society of American 

Military Engineers (4); A.S.M.E. 

HAGUE, RICHARD NORRIS CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; Scarab; 

lllini Union Committee (4); House President (4); Fine and Applied Arts Council (4); 
A.I.A. 

HAHN, MERRILL ANN ELGIN; B.S. in Journalism; PHI MU; Torch; Shi-Ai; Mask and Bauble; 

lllini Union Committee (2, 3); University Theatre Manager (3, 4); University Theatre 
Crew (1,2); Student Senate (2); University Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (2); llli- 
greek (3); Orchesis (1); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3) 



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HALE, LINDA LOUISE OAAAHA; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PRESBY HALL; Morlar 

Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Board (4); 
Major Chairman International Fair lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union Council (3); 
lllini Union Coinmittee (I, 2, 3); House President (4); Home Economics Club; Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

HALL, CHARLES AINSIEY BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; Sigma Tau; Kera- 

mos. President (4); Society of American Military Engineers (1); A.C.S.; Honors Day 
(1, 3) 

HALL, EDWARD SHOCK MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; KAPPA 

SIGMA; Phi Eta Sigma; Scarab; lllini Union Committee (2); Varsity Gymnastics Squad 
(2); Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad; Second Regimental Band (2); Purdue University 

HALL, GEORGE FREDERICK BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Agriculture; Field and Furrow; Hoof 

and Horn Club; Honors Day (3); Illinois State Normal University 

HAMANN, CHARIENE MARILIYN RIVER FOREST; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA 

GAA/\MA; lllini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. (1); Campus Chest (2) 

HAMILTON, EDWIN RICHARD PLAINFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; PI KAPPA PHI; Star and Scroll; 

Phi Alpha Theta; Junior Inlerfraternity Council (2); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); 
LAS Council (2), President (3, 4); Young Republicans; Honors Day (1) 

HAMILTON, JEAN ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; BIRCH HALL; University 

Chorus (3); Oratorio Society (4); Student National Education Association; Cheerleader 
(1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

HAMILTON, RICHARD CLYDE ROUND LAKE; B.S. in Agriculture; KNIGHT CLUB; Dairy 

TechFiology Society 

HAMMAH, FREDERICK JOSEPH NAUVOO; B.S. in Agriculture; TOANCO CLUB; Field and 

Furrov^' 

HAMMOND, WILLIAM FRANK CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; ALPINE 

LODGE; I.A.S.; Saint Mary's College 

HAMOUZ, GEORGE JAMES SERWYN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA PSI; 

A.F.S.; A.S.A.E.; Morton Junior College 

HANLEY, JAMES EDWARD BALDWINSVILLE, NEW YORK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3) 

HANSEN, JUDITH CAROL URBANA; B.A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; University 

Theatre Crew/ (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) 

HARDING, LORRAtNE HOPKINS EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; The Daily lllini (I, 2); lllini Union Committee (2); University Theatre Crew/ 
(1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Greek Week Committee (2); Young Republicans Club 

HARDY, HENRY ORLANDERS LOVEJOY; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA PHI ALPHA; Sigma 

Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (1); University Theatre Cast (2); McKinley Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (4) 

HARLAN, GEORGE LEWIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Phi Eta Sigma; lllini Christian 

Fellow/ship (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Young Republicans Club; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

HARLAN, MARIE HEUER CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily lllini (4); lllini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 
3, 4); German Club; Lirtle United Nations; Student National Education Association; 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

HARMER, WALTER lEE HILLSBORO; B.S. in Chemistry; BARTON PLACE; House President (4) 

HARNISH, DANIEL FRANKLIN JR KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S.; LUNDGREN; 

Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Honors Day (1, 2} 

HARRIS, RICHARD MAT SAN JOSE, B.A. in Industrial Administration; KAPPA SIGMA 

KAPPA; Society for the Advancement of Management; Western Illinois University 

HARRISON, BARBARA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; ARBOR SUITES; W.A.A. (1, 2, 

3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club; Student National Education Association; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

HARRISON, ROGER lYlE GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NOBLE HOUSE; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Illinois Technograph (1,2,3,4); 
Armed Forces Amateur Radio Club (1,2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Marketing Club; WPGU; 
Honors Day (1 , 2) 

HARRISON, WILLIAM RAYMOND ALBION; B.S. in Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; Sigma 

Tau; Phi Eta Sigma 

HARTLEY, DAVID EUGENE ILLIOPOLIS; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; Disciples 

Foundation Student Council (1,2,3); Pershing Rifles (1); Dairy Production Club 

HARTLEY, RONALD EDWARD CENTRALIA; B.S. in Agriculture; NOBLE HALL; WPGU (1, 2) 

HARTLEY, WILLIAM ARTHUR ALTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 

Elii Siqma; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (2) 

HARVEY, ALLAN FRED BROOKLYN, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA CHI; Tribe of lllini 

(2, 3, 4); Varsity Gymnastics Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3); Freshman Varsity Gymnastics 
Squad; Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4) 



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HARWICK, DUANE HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

Junior Interfraternify Council (1); Varsity Golf Squad (2); Freshman Varsity Golf 
Squad; Intramural Manager (3); St. Pat's Ball Committee (3); S.A.E.; Honors Day ()) 

HASTINGS, WILLMORE CRANE MT. VERNON; B.S. in Economics; CHI PSI; Skull and 

Crescent; Campus Chest (1); Junior Inlerfraternity Council (I); First Lieut., Army ROTC 
(3, 4) 

HAVEL, VICTOR ANTON JR WILMETTE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Dolphins (2, 3); 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

HAWKINSON, EDWIN ANDREW GALESBURG; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Star and Scroll; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; lllini 
Union Committee (2, 3); Student Senate (2); All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club; lllini Forensic Association; Honors 
Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

HAYNES, MICHEAL LEWIS WHITEHALL; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta 

Kappa Nu; University Theatre Cast (2); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

HEAP, JIMMIE NEWTON EVANSTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E.; San Antonio 

College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

HEATH, CAROL CORENE LAGRANGE; B.S. in Education; KAPPA DELTA; Shorter Board; 

Shi-Ai; lllini Union Committee (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3,4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) 

HEATHMAN, CHARLES EDWARD PENFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; Chi Gamma lota; Gamma 

Sigma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Field and Furrow 

HECHT, GAIL ADELA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL; Psi Chi; W.A.A. (1); Young 

Democrats Club; Hofstra College 

HECK, LARRY ELMER DAKOTA; B.S. in Dairy Technology; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); 

Ordnance Club (3); Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4); Dairy Technology Society 

HEDGCOCK, FRANK MCCASKILL URBANA; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Tribe of lllini (2,3,4,5); Varsity Track Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2,3,4); 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Varsity Cross Country Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 4); 
Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squad; Forsile (5); Landscape Architecture Society 

HEDGE, GARY W ROYAL; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club 

HEDGER, JUDITH MARIE BUFFALO, NEW YORK; B.S. in Journalism; LEEMAN LODGE; 

Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini (3); Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 4); 
Rosary Hill College 

HEDIGER, MARCIA ANN NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Delta Sigma Omicron 

HEDRICK, DALE DEAN NEW HOLLAND; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; lllini 

Union Committee (2); Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 

HEDRICK, LOWELL L. JR DANVERS; B.S. in Journalism; GARNER HALL; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad 

HEFTEL, SIMA DOREEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; INDECO HOUSE; W.G.S. 

Executive Council (3); Student Senate (1); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2); 
Teachers-in-Training Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

HEID, KERMIT KEITH WILLIAM ELIZABETH; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Chi Gamma Iota; Tau Beta Pi, President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Freshman 
Week Committee (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., President (4); Honors Day (3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (4) 

HEIDGEN, CHARLES FREDERICK ELMHURST; B.S. in Agriculture; NEWMAN HALL; St. 

Procopius College; Arkansas Polytechnic College 

HEIEN, DALE MARTIN DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; General Motors Institute; DePauw 

University 

HEIEN, GENE WILLIAM MT. OLIVE; B.S. in L.A.S.; MEDEA LODGE; Phi Eta Sigma; House 

President (3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

HEIN, THOMAS CARLYLE VIRDEN, B.F.A. in Advertising Design; GARNER HOUSE; Delta 

Sigma Omicron 

HEINHORST, PAUL ROBERT MANITO; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Alpha 

Tau Alpha (3, 4); S.N.l.B. (2); Agricultural Education Club; Hoof and Horn Club 

HEINO, MARGARET JEAN NEW WINDSOR; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Shorter 

Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Players; Zeta Phi Eta, President 
(4); lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Manager (2, 3), General 
Manager (4); University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course Manager (1); University Chorus 
(I); McKinley Foundation Student Council (2, 3); University Theatre Board (4) 

HEISE, RICHARD JAMES NEPONSET; B.S. in Dairy Technology; ILLINI LODGE; House 

President (3); Dairy Technology Society; Honors Day (3) 

HELMICH, KENNETH WAYNE COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club 

HEIMLE, PAUL NORMAN SPRINGFIELD; Bachelor of Architecture; DELTA UPSILON; Gar- 
goyle; Major Chairman Fine Arts lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union Committee 
(2); University Theatre Manager (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Interfraternity 
Ball Committee (3) 



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HEIMS, DALE ORVIILE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Council, President (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club 

HEMMINGER, THOMAS EMIL CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER HOUSE; 

House President (3, A): A.I.E.E.-I.R.F.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

HENDERSON, WllllAM ROBERT CAMBRIDGE, OHIO; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA 

TAU OMEGA; Tribe of lllini (3); Varsity Football Squad (2, 3), Letter (3); Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad 

HENDRICKS, ROGER CLINE HERRIN; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Omega Beta Pi; 

University Theatre Crew (1) 

HENDRON, ALFRED JOSEPH JR CLIFTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Sigma Tau; Tau 

Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon, President (4); House President (1); Newman Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2); Engineering Council (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society of 
American Military Engineers (3, 4), A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (3) 

HENKEl, GEORGE JOSEPH JR FREEPORT; B.S. in Music Education; NEWMAN HALL; Phi 

Mu Alpha-Sinforia; University Theatre Cast (2, 3); Men's Glee Club (2, 3); Drake 
University 

HENN, EDWIN FRANCIS BETHPAGE, NEW YORK; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA PI; 

Varsity Wrestling Squad (3, 4); Varsity Soccer Squad (3); A.S.C.E.; Long Island Agri- 
cultural and Technological Institute 

HENRY, RICHARD JOHN MOLINE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; St. 

Ambrose College 

HEPFER, MILDRED JOYCE PEORIA; B.S. in Secretarial Training; CHI OMEGA; The Daily 

lllini (1); lllini Union Committee {!); Star Course Manager (1); Commerce Council 
{3, 4); Panhellenic Ball Committee (4); Accountancy Club; Business Education Club; 
Marketing Club 

HERBST, WALTER BIFF CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Alpha 

Delta Sigma; Society of Illustrators; Campus Chest (2); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); 
Phi Chi Eta (3, 4) 

HERENDEEN, JOHN CHARLES CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; PARK HOUSE; A.I.A.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

HEWITT, TERRY LEE EAST MOLINE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame 

HEXDALL, MARILOUISE MORRIS; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Women's 

Glee Club (1); Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Honors Day (1,2) 

HILL, NORMA JEAN SHELDON; Bachelor of Music; MCKINLEY HALL; Sigma Alpha lota; 

Honors Day (1) 

HILL, RICHARD JOHN OAK PARK; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; FORBES HOUSE; 

I.A.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

Hill, SAMUEL EUGENE ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Recreation; SIGMA CHI; The 

Daily lllini (3); lllini Union Committee (2); Varsity Foofball Squad (2); Freshman Var- 
sity Football Squad; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Baseball Manager (3); Track 
Manager (3); Intramural Manager (4); American Recreational Society U. of I. Student 
Chapter; Physical Education Majors Club 

HINRICHS, NOBLE DUANE BENSON; B.S. in Accountancy; SON'S HOME; House President 

(3); lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Honors Day (1, 2) 

HINTON, MARVA ROCKFORD; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA SIGMA THETA; Y.M.C.A. Committee 

(4); Student Senate (4); Milton College 

HISCOX, RAGWHILD ALICE WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Recreation; EVANS HALL; Torch; W.A.A. 

Board (2); W.A.A. (1, 2); Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4); American Recreational Society U. of I. 
Student Chapter 

HISE, DONALD RAY RIDGWAY; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; TEN-O-ONE CLUB; 

House President (2, 3, 4); A.S.C.E.; M.I.S.; Young Republicans Club 

HIVELY, JUDITH LYNN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA DELTA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; The lllio (1,2,3); lllini Union Committee (1); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4) 

HOAR, GERALD WILLIAM OGLESBY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Physics 

Society; LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 

HOBBS, ALPHONSO CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; First Lieut., Army ROTC 

;3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.F. 

HOELZEL, JANET ANN DANVILLE; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE 

HOFF, ALICE ANNE STREATOR; B.S. in Recreation; CHI OMEGA; First Regimental Band (4); 

Women's Glee Club (4); Terrapin (3, 4); American Recreational Society U. of I. 
Student Chapter; MacMurray College 

HOFF, RICHARD WALLACE LAGRANGE PARK; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGAAA CHI; Sachem; Star 

Course Manager; Cheerleader (3,4); University Chorus (1); Petty Officer, NROTC (3,4); 
German Club 

HOFFMAN, BETTY LOU FARMER CITY; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Women's Glee Club (1, 2); I. U.S. A. Barberettes (2, 3); Student National 
Education Association 

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HOFFMAN, JOHN LOUIS FAIRBURY; B.S. In Agriculture 

HOFFMAN, LARRY REID FARMER CITY; B.S. in Agriculture; BARTON HOUSE; lllini Union 

Committee (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Varsity Wrestling Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Wrestling Squad; Football Marching Band (3); Second Regimental Band {\ , 2); 
Freshman Week Committee (3); Agriculture Club 

HOFFMAN, LESLIE CALVIN RANTOUL; B.S. in Management; Chi Gamma lota; Society for 

the Advancement of Management 



HOFFMAN, MICHAEL P HILLSBORO; B.S. in L.A.S.; PARK LANE LODGE; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key 

HOFFMANN, SHARON NOEL TRIVOLI; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; W.A.A. (I, 

2, 3, 4); S.N.I.B.; Wesley Foundation Student Council; All-Ag Field Day Committee; 
Plowboy Prom Committee; Home Economics Club 

HOFFNER, JAMES RAYMOND CARMI; B.S. in Management; Alpha Kappa Psi; Military 

Ball Committee (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); Society for the 
Advancement of Management 



HOFMANN, THOMAS RONALD PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Physics; FIRESIDE; House President 

(2, 4); Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Ordnance Club (4); Phalanx (3, 4); Physics 
Society; Russian Language Club 



HOFMEISTER, FREDERICK HAROLD ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. 

I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (1, 2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E. 



Electrical Engineering; 



HOFSAS, SARAH JANE ATWOOD; B.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics; MCKINLEY HALL; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; PI Mu Epsilon; House President (4); First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2, 3); Wesley Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



HOGAN, JAMES LAWRENCE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Agriculture; GRANADA CLUB; Field and 

Furrow; lllini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 

HOGAN, JERRY HAROLD FLORA; B.S. in General Engineering; KOINONIA; House Presi- 
dent (4); University Baptist Foundation Student Council (4); Lieut. Col., Army ROTC 
(3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Young Democrats Club 

HOGEVEEN, PATRICIA HELEN GLENWOOD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; A.S.C.E. 



HOHL, RICHARD EARL OLNEY; B.S, In L.A.S.; Lieut. Col., Army ROTC (3, 4) 

HOHNSTREITER, GLENN FREDRICK MORTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ALPHA 

SIGMA PHI; lllini Union Committee (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Major, 
Air Force ROTC (3, 4); A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

HOIIAN, KENNETH FRANCIS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.A. In L.A.S.; SIGMA TAU GAMMA; 

Interfraternity Executive Council (4); House President (4); Marketing Club; Young 
Republicans Club; Harris Teachers College 







HOLLENBACH, VIRGINIA MARGARET RIVER FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S.; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre Crew (2); Bradley University 

HOLIENBACK, WILMA GRACE NEWARK; B.S. In Elementary Education; BETA HOUSE; 

Wesley Foundation Student Council (2, 3); lllini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Student National Education Association 

HOLLINGSWORTH, GENE WESLEY DAVIS JUNCTION; B.S. in L.A.S.; Tomahawk, President 

(2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Wesley Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3), President 
(4) 



HOLMAN, COLETTE MARIE ITASCA; B.S. in Music Education; DELTA ZETA; Sigma Alpha 

lota; University Chorus (2, 3); Honors Day (3) 

HOIPUCH, BETTY JEAN BERWYN; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA DELTA; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Women's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3); Morton Junior College 

HOITZMAN, MARILYN GAIL WARRENSSURG; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA PHI EPSILON; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; lllini Union Committee (1, 2); House President (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 
3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



HOLZER, WERNER PETER CHICAGO; B.S. In Marketing; GARNER HOUSE; Wa-Na-See; 

Tomahawk; Tribe of lllini (2,3,4); Varsity Wrestling Squad (2,3,4), Captain (4), 
Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); 
Marketing Club 

HOMANN, ELLEN ROSE DU QUOIN; B.S. in Speech Correction; PHILEA; Miami University 

of Ohio 

HOOKER, HENRY FROST DANVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; Agriculture Club; Field and 

Furrow; Spanish Club; Vanderbilt University 



HOOKER, LARRY LOVELL CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; SIGMA NU; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (I); Lieut. Col., Air Force ROTC (4); Arnold Air Society (2) 

HORAK, EDWIN MELVYN CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; M.I.S.; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois 

HORN, STANLEY JAY CHICAGO; B.S. In Finance; ALPHA EPSILON PI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (1); Finance Club; lllini Forensic Association 




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HORNSBY, THOMAS EDMUND LOVES PARK; B.S. in L.A.S.; THETA CHI; Interfraternity Ex- 
ecutive Council (4); Basketball Manager (3); Junior Bar Association; University of 
Wisconsin 

HORWITZ, DIANE SUE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; lilini Union Committee (1,2); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (3); Sociology Club 

HORWITZ, EARLE MERWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; BROWERY HOUSE; Praetorians 

HOTCHKISS, JAMES MITCHELL BRADFORD; B.S. in I.A.S.; SIGMA CHI; lilini Union Com- 
mittee (2); House President (3); Baseball Manager (1, 2); Men's Glee Club (1); Greek 
Week Committee (2, 3) 

HOUSH, HENRY BERTON II URBANA; B.S. in Marketing; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (4); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Rifle 
and Pistol Club 

HSIEH, RICHARD WEI NEW YORK, NEW YORK; B.A. in L.A.S.; ARMORY HOUSE; Toma- 
hawk; The Daily lilini (1); A.I.Ch.E.; Chinese Students Club; City College of New York 

HUBBERT, WAYNE JEROL DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Economics; Alpha Kappa Psi; Market- 
ing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

HUBBS, RAYMOND D. JR EAST MOLINE; B.A. in Marketing; HOPKINS; Marketing Club; 

St. Ambrose College 

HUBERT, RICHARD BRUCE WOODSTOCK; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; KAPPA SIGMA; 

The Daily lilini (1); lilini Union Committee (1, 2); University Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre Crew (1,2,3,4,5); Football Marching Band (1,2); First Regimental 
Band (I, 2); University Choir (1); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Oratorio Society 
(1, 2); French Club; Sprang Musical (1, 2) 

HUDSON, JOHN LESTER CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; The lllio (2); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); House President (3); A.I.Ch.E.; Honors Day (2, 3) 

HUGHART, LYLE WINDSOR STREATOR; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI SIGMA EPSILON; 

House President (4); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3); A.S.C.E.; Northern 
Illinois University 

HUGHES, RICHARD EPH GILSON; B.S. in Agriculture; CHI PSI; lilini Union Committee (2); 

Intramural Manager (2); S.N.I.B. (2, 3); Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 

HUISINGA, DOROTHY MAY PARIS; B.S. in Accountancy; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club; Delta Sigma Omicron; French 
Club; Honors Day (2) 

HULL, BILLY SHERWOOD BRIDGEPORT; B.S. in Agriculture; University of Vincennes 

HUMES, THOMAS IRVIN OAK PARK; Bachelor of Architecture; MOORE HALL; A.I. A. 

HUNT, JEAN AILEEN DEKALB; B.S. in Home Economics; ALLEN HALL; Home Economics 

Club (1); Cornell College 

HUNT, KENNETH EARL MORRIS; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Hoof end Horn Club 

HUNTLEY, MARY FRANCES WILMETTE; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA ZETA; lilini Union Committee; 

Campus Chest (1); University Chorus (2); Women's Glee Club (1, 3, 4) 

HUNYADY, FRANK WOIT WILMETTE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; House President 

(3); Illinois Technograph (1, 2, 3); St. Pat's Ball Committee (2, 3); A.S.M.E.; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 

HUPE, RONALD CHARLES BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; I.A.S.; En- 
gineering Council (2); San Anfonio College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 

Illinois 

HURLEY, JAMES DONALD LASALLE; Bachelor of Laws; Phi Alpha Delta; Junior Bar As- 
sociation; University of Notre Dame 

HURT, NANCY JOAN MAYWOOD; B.A. in the Teaching of Speech; KAPPA DELTA; Zeta 

Phi Eta; University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4); Women's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchesis 
(1); Homecoming Queen (2) 

HUTCHINSON, STANLEY HUGH GENESEO; B.A. in Industrial Design; Northern Illinois 

State University 

HUYLER, JAMES STAFFORD WILMETTE; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; lilini 

Union Committee (2, 3); Campus Chest (1); Men's Glee Club (1); Marketing Club 

HYDEN, MARGARET HOLTON . ... PARIS, KENTUCKY; B.S. in Physical Education; BETA HOUSE; 
University Theatre Cast (4); Orchesis (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club; University 
of Kentucky 

IKEDA, JEAN HANAKO CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; BUSEY HALL; Physical 

Education Majors Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Ihinois 

INFANTE, ALVARO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINI LODGE; 

A.F.S.; Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes 

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INGALIS, MARGARET JOANN JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA CHI OAAEGA; 

Shorter Board; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4) 

INGOID, BARBARA JEANNE OTTAWA; B.S. in the Teaching of Biological Sciences; WES- 

COGA; The lllio (2); House President (3); Science Education Club, President (4) 

INGWERSEN, JOHN THEODORE SILVIS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FORBES HOUSE; 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

INNESS, ELEANOR JOANNE GALESBURG, B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Sigma Nu; The lllio (1, 2); W.A.A. Board (3), President (4); 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Senate (4); Physical Education Majors Club 

ISACSON, DANIEL HOWARD BERWYN; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; TOANCO CLUB; 

M.I.S. 

ISENBERG, JON IRWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; PHI EPSILON PI; Alpha Chi Sigma; 

Omega Beta Pi; The Daily lllini (1); lllini Union Committee (1); Honors Day (2); Uni- 
versity of Chicago 

ISHIBASHi, AMY MEGUMI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; lllini Union Committee (1); Hav^aii Club; French 

Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (1, 2); Roosevelt Junior College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ISHIKAWA, NORMAN TAKAO HONOLULU, HAWAII; Bachelor of Architecture; Capt., Army 

ROTC (3, 4); A. I. A.; Hawaii Club; University of Haw/aii 

IVENS, JO ANN NORMAL; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Shorter 

Board; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; University Theatre Crevi/ (2); Star Course 
Manager (2, 3); House President (4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

IVEY, CHARLES EDWARD URBANA; B.S. in Marketing; Lieut. Col., Army ROTC (3, 4); 

Military Council (4); Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of /\Aanagement 

IVEY, MARIANNE MOUNT CARROLL; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS HALL; Mu Phi Epsi- 

lon; University Choir (1); Oratorio Society (1); Honors Day (2); University of Wisconsin 

IWAI, CHARLES T HONOLULU, HAWAII; B.S. in Industrial Education; Ha«(aii Club; 

Industrial Education Society 

JACKSON, CLARENCE ROY CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; Society for the Advancement 

of Management; Wright Junior College; Loyola University 

JACOB, LOIS ANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; lllini Union 

Committee (3); Marketing C'ub; honors Day (I, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

JACOBS, ELMER LEE GIBSON CITY; B.S. in Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing Club 

JACOBSON, MYRNA D CHICAGO; B.S. in the Teaching of Social Studies; LAUREL HOUSE; 

lllini Union Committee (1); House President (4); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2) 

JACOBSON, STANLEY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; CLARK HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; Young 

Democrats Club; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JACQUES, MARVIN SAUNDERS MAZON; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Second Regimental Band (1,2); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key 

JACUS, WALTER CHARLES CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA SIGMA; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

JAGER, MELVIN FRANCIS JOLIET; B.S. in General Engineering; PHI GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (3); Joliet Junior College 

JAIN, JAIN SWARUP KHATAULI, INDIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Chi Epsilon; Honors 

Day (3); University of Allahabad 

JAMES, WILLIAM GUS JOLIET; B.S. in Chemistry; CALHOUN HALL; Joliet Junior College 

JAMISON, RICHARD CARSON SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; WESMEN; Second Lieut., 

Army ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4) 

JANOWSKI, KENNETH ROBERT MOLINE; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; PI KAPPA 

PHI; Illinois Tech 

JANOWSKI, MARY LORRAINE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Pier Playhouse; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JEFFERS, ROGER COLEMAN MATTOON; B.S. in Management; BERKSHIRE HOUSE; House 

President (4); University Choir (1,2); Oratorio Society (1,2); Commerce Council 
(3,4); Military Ball Committee (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Phi Chi Eta (3,4); 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

JEFFERSON, JANE LAROSE ABBEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; 

University Chorus (4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

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JENNE, HOWARD LEROY VANDAUA; B.S. in Management; Capt., Air Force ROTC (3,41; 

Society for the Advancement of Management 

JENSEN, PAUL ALIEN CHICAGO; B.S in Electrical Engineering; GARNER HOUSE; Eta 

Kappa Nu; Gizz Kid Manager (3, 4); Delta Sigma Omicron; Illinois Institute of 
Technology 

JENSEN, WARREN NORBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; lllini Christian 

Kellowship (3, 4); A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



JEW, ALLEN CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; BROWERY HOUSE; A. I. A.; Chinese 

Student'. Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JEWELL, BRUCE STEWART CLINTON, INDIANA; B.S. in Marketing; GRANADA CLUB; 

First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Marketing Club; 
Young Republicans Club 

JOHANSON, DONALD KARL EVANSTON; Bachelor of Architecture; NOBLE HALL; A. I. A.; 

lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JOHNSON, BRUCE ROBERT OAK PARK; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; lllini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Marketing Club 

JOHNSON, CAROL LOU JOLIET; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA KAPPA; Joliet Junior College 

JOHNSON, DALE ALIEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; FORBES; Phi Lambda Upsilon; 

A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (2); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JOHNSON, DOUGLAS EDWARD LAGRANGE; B.S. in Management; KAPPA SIGMA; Star 

Course Manager (I, 2); Campus Chest i2); f^reshman Council; Commerce Council (3); 
Military Ball Committee (3); Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); Phi Chi Eta (3,4); Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Young Republicans Club 

JOHNSON, EMERY RICHARD RIO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JOHNSON, GERALD EDWARD HARVEY; B.S. in Management; DELTA CHI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council 

JOHNSON, GERALDINE LOUISE GALESBURG; B.S. in the Teaching of Social Studies; 

KAPPA ALPHA THETA; Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Alpha Theta; The lllio (1,2); 
Major Chairman Stunt Show/ lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union Executive Coun- 
cil (3); lllini Union Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1); Panhellenic Executive Council (3,4); Oratorio Society (1) 

JOHNSON, KENNETH ALBERT DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S.; CALHOUN HALL; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Major Chairman Music Hours lllini Union Committee (4); lllini Union Committee 
(2,3,4); House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (3); Illinois College 

JOHNSON LAURENCE OWEN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; THE MAN- 
SION; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Gamma Delta; Honors Day (2,3) 

JOHNSON, LOWELL BRUCE MOLINE; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; lllini 

Union Committee (1,2); Campus Chest (1); Freshman Week Committee (1,2); First 

Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4); Market- 
ing Club 

JOHNSON, MARTHA LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA SIGMA THETA; 

All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); Home Economics Club 

JOHNSON, ROBERTA LEE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Recreation; PALAMAR; Shorter Board; 

lllini Union Committee (2, 3); House President (3); University Choir (4); Women's 
Glee Club (1); Oratorio Society (3); Orchesis (4); American Recreational Society 
U. of I. Student Chapter; Honors Day (2) 

JOHNSON, ROBERT ORMOND ROCKFORD; B.S. in General Engineering; DELTA KAPPA 

EPSILON; Skull and Crescent; House President (4); University Choir (2) 

JOHNSON, RUTH ANN CAPRON; B.S. in Music Education; KAPPA DELTA; University 

Choir (3); Spring Musical (3); Lav^^rence College 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM HARM MT. OLIVE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI KAPPA PSI; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (2); House President (5); Major, Air Force ROTC (3,4); 
A.S.C.E. 

JOHNSTON, BARBARA JOANN LAKE FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); Social Work Club; Sociology Club; Carleton College 

JOHNSTON, JANE LOUISE MOUNT VERNON, IOWA; B.S. in Education; DELTA GAMMA; 

MacMurray College 

JOHNSTON, JANET ANN MOUNT VERNON, IOWA; B.S. in Education; DELTA GAMMA; 

MacMurray College; Cornell College 

JOHNSTON, ROGER ALEXANDER ROBINSON; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; First 

Lieut., Air Force ROTC (3); Pershing Rifles (1,2,3); I.A.S. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM CECIL BUCKLEY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; Sigma Tau; Honors Day (3); Wabash College 

JONES, KAY DEMARIS DEWEY; B.A. in the Teaching of English; DELTA ZETA; lllini 

Union Committee (1); University Theatre Crew (2,3) 



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JONES, lOUIS REA CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Commerce and Law; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; 

Young Republicans Club; Carleton College 

JONES, ROBERT LEONARD PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineer- 
ing; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Temple University 

JONES, THOMAS lEE CARBONDALE; B.S. in Journalism; GARNER HOUSE; Sigma Delta 

Chi; WILL (3); Delta Sigma Omicron; WPGU 



JOPEK, JOSEPH JOHN JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Agriculture; BALMORAL CLUB; S.N.I.B. 

(2); Fielcl and Furrow; Wilson Junior College 

JORDAN, ALEXANDER CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ALL-WAYS-HOME; A.S.C.E.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

JOY, SARA lOUPSE VILLA PARK; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA XI 

DELTA; Shi-Ai (2); lllini Union Committee (1,2,3); University Theatre Crew (1); 
W.A.A. (1); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee (2,3), President (4); Women's 
Glee Club (1); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1,2); Floriculture Club 



KADAH, ZAGHLOUl BADRI ALEPPO, SYRIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Little United Nations 

KAEMPFER, ECKHARD PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ALL-WAYS-HOME; 

A.S.C.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KAHL, SUSAN JEAN FREEPORT; B.S. in Home Economics Education; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon 
Omicron (3,4); The lllio (1,2,3); lllini Union Committee (1,2); Y.W.C.A. (1); Hom^ 
Economics Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



KAHN, EGON CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; GARNER HOUSE; Pershing Rifles (1,2), President 

(2); German Club; Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

KAHN, MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; PHI EPSILON PI; Star and 

Scroll: Interfraternity Executive Council (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Mar- 
keting Club 

KAIN, MARSHA CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; ALLEN HALL; W.A.A. (3,4); 

American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Student National Education Association; Los Angeles City College; Los Angeles 
Valley College; University of California at Los Angeles; Chicago Teachers College 



KAISER, DONALD JOSEPH JOLIET; B.S. in Journalism; THETA KAPPA PHI; Alpha Delta 

Sigma 

KAMINSKAS, EVELYN IRENA ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY; B.A. in the Teaching of German; 

LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Oratorio Society (3); German Club; Douglass College 

KAMM, SOMOMON WINNETKA; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Sachem; Phi 

Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi, President (3); lllini 
Union Board (3); Major Chairman Treasurer's lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union 
Council (3); llliini Union Committee (1,2,3); Student Senate (2); Commerce Council 
(4); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (1,2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



KANG, HYUNG HWAN SEOUL, KOREA; B.S. in L.A.S.; LUNDGREN HOUSE; San Jose 

Junior College 

KAO, ANTHONY MONSHIUN PEIKAN, FORMOSA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E.; 

A.S.M.E.; Sf. Benedict's College 



KAPELl, HENRY KARL ANTIOCH; B.S. 

Sigma; lllini Union Committee (1), 
A.I.Ch.E.; Honors Day (1) 



in Chemical Engineering; THETA CHI; Phi Eta 
First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); 



KAPER, WILLIAM JR ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Management; lllini Union Committee 

(1,2); German Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

KARLOV, RICHARD GARY CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; TAU DELTA PHI; Marketing Club; 

University of Michigan; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KATZ, AVIVA CHICAGO; B.A. in Special Education; ALLEN RESIDENCE HALL; lllini 

Union Committee (3, 4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 



KATZ, IIIA DEBRA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BUSEY HALL; University Theatre Cast (3); 

University Theatre Crew (3); Young Democrats Club; Pier Playhouse; Pier lllini; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KAUFMAN, ADRIENNE CECELIA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KAUFMAN, BRUCE ROBERT SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineer- 
ing; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; City College of San Francisco 



KAUFMANN, KAREN DECATUR; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

lllini Union Committee (1); Campus Chest (1,2) 

KEAGIE, SUE ZAN ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

Shorter Board; Major Chairman Dad's Day lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union 
Committee (1,2,3); Y.W.C.A. (1) 

KEEPER, JAMES HOWARD SKOKIE; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Campus Amvefs Post No. 202; 

Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



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KEISTER, RAYMOND CARl URBANA; B S. in Management; Accountancy Club; Marketing 

Club; Rifle and Pistol Club; Society for the Advancennent of Management; WPGU 



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KELLER, GLORIA JUNE DOWNERS GROVE; B.S 

University of Arizona 



KELLY, BERLIN NEW YORK, NEW YORK; 

New York City Community College 



n Elementary Education; DELTA GAMMA; 
B.A. in L.A.S.; ROOJAH; Social Work Club; 



KELLY, KAREN lU ALTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; STRATFORD HOUSE; Mortar Board; Torch; 

Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Ulini Union Board (4); W.G.S. Executive 
Council (3, 4); House President (3, 4); University Religious Council (3); University 
Baptist Foundation (2, 4), President (3); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3); Honors Day (1) 

KENDEIGH, KATHERINE JANE CHAMPAIGN; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ALPHA OMl- 

CRON PI; Gamma Alpha Chi; Mask and Bauble; Society of Illustrators; University 
Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Crew (1,2); Wesley Foundation Student 
Council (3); Panhellenic Ball Committee (4); Honors Day (1,3) 

KENNELl, JOSEPH FLOYD PEORIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA PHI DEL'A 

Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Second Regimental Band (1); University Chorus (4) 
Military Ball Committee (4); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); A.F.S. 
S.A.E.; Honors Day (1) 

KEREN, JANICE LEE CHICAGO; B.S m Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; mini Union Committee (2); University Theatre Crew (1); W.A.A. (2,3,4); 
House President (4); Student Senate (4); Orchesis (4); Freshman Week Committee (2); 
Student National Education Association (2, 3) 

KERSTEIN, ARNOLD CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; EBEL HALL; M.I.S.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KESE, AMOS SECHERE ASHANTI, GHANA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; CLARK 

HOUSE; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; London University 



KESSEl, KEITH JAMES BERWYN; B.A. in L.A.S.; The Daily lllini; Young Democrats Club; 

Morton Junior College 

KESSER, DIANNE MARY CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; 

lllini Union Committee (3); University Theatre Crew (3, 4) 

KEYSER, RICHARD KARL ROCKFORD; B.S. in General Engineering; Illinois Society of 

General Engineers (2, 3, 4) 



KIBBIE, DANIEL CLYDE ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Journalism; S'qma Delta Chi; 

WILL-TV (3, 4); Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Young Democrats 
Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KIBLER, JOHN WESTERIUND NORMAL; B S. in Dairy Technology; ALPHA DELTA PHI; 

Skull and Crescent; House President (3); Da'ry Production Club; Dairy Technology 
Society, President (4) 

KILBURN, BARBARA JOAN BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS 

HALL; Shi-Ai; Mu Phi Epsilon; University Orchestra (1,2,3); University Chorus (1); 
Oratorio Society (2); University of Colorado; Western Michigan University 



KIM, NANCY JEWEL CHICAGO; B S. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Panhellenic-W.G.S. Co- 
ordinating Committee; Hawaii Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

KIMBER, ROGER ARTHUR STREATOR; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau 

Sigma; Wrestling Manager (2); Honors Day (3) 

KIMMEL, EVERETT DAN CARBONDALE; B.S. in Management; SIGMA CHI; Ma-Wan-Da; 

Sachem; Alpha Kappa Psi; Tribe of lllini (4); Intramural Manager (4); Athletic Council 
(4); IM Rec Board (3, 4); Major, Air Force ROTC (4); Armed Forces Council (3); Arnold 
Air Society (3, 4); Scaljbard and Blade (3); Marketing Club; Purdue University 



KIMMEL, JAMES EDWARD PEORIA; B.S. in Journalism; DELTA UPSILON; Skull and 

Crescent; The lllio (2); Marketing Club; Bradley University 

KINDLE, ELIZABETH AUSTIN NORRIS CITY; B S. in Home Economics; PRESBY HALL; 

Torch; Phi Uosilon Omicron; The lllio (1,2); lllini Union Committee (1); Sno-Ball 
Committee (1); Home Economics Club 

KINDLE, LARRY JOE OTTAWA; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI GAMMA DELTA- 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Campus Chest (1); Second Regimen-al Band (1,2) 



KING, ALBERTA CECELIA BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA; B.S. in L.A.S.; BETA SIGMA 

OMICRON; Spanish Club; Howard College; Northeastern State Teachers College 

KING, LYLE EUGENE WALNUT GROVE; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Sigma Tau; En- 

aineering Council (4); A.F.S. ■ llluminfltinq Engineering Society; Honors Day (3); 
Western Illinois State University; University of Delaware Extension 

KING, NITA ANN TRIMBLE; B.A. in the Teaching of English; GAMMA PHI BETA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; University Theatre Crew (2); Univarsity Chorus (2); Honors Day (1) 



KING, PATRICK JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; Marketing Club; Spanish Club; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Pier 
Basketball (2) 

KING, SUZANNE MARIE WESTMONT; B.S. in Elemen-ary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

The lllio (1,2); lllini Union Committee (1); Panhellenic Ball Committee (1) 

KINNEY, ROBERT WILSON MAGNOLIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA NU 



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KINSAll, JOYCE CHARLENE CHARLESTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; THETA UPSILON; Mask and 

Bauble; University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Cast (3,4); University 
Theatre Crew (3, 4); Campus Chest (3, 4); Committee on Student Discipline (3); llli- 
greek (3); WILL (3); Terrapin (3); Greek Week Committee (3, 4); Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (3); Gamma Delta; Teachers-in-Training Club; Young Republicans Club; 
Eastern University 

KIRCHHOFF, RICHARD EDGAR SCHILLER PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club; 

Marketing Club; Bradley University 

KIZLAUSKAS, THERESA GIEDRE CICERO; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Sigma Delta Pi; 

Lithuanian Students Club; Spanish Club, President (4); Honors Day (2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KJELLGREN, MARY EILEN CHRISTINE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI 

KAPPA SIGMA; Shi-Ai; lllini Union Committee (1); University Theatre Crew (2); 
House President (3); Student National Education Association; Young Republicans Club 

KLAYUM, MILTON ARTHUR CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KLECKA, JANET EVELYN OAK PARK; B.A. in L.A.S.; THETA UPSILON; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (2); Terrapin (2, 3); Monmouth College 



KLEIN, FREDERICK CECIL CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; TAU DELTA PHI; The Daily lllini (1, 

2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); WPGU; Honors Day (1) 

KLEIN, HARRY ORLANDO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; 

Colombian Students Club; Cornell University; University of the Andes 

KLEIN, HARVEY SHELDON CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; PRAETORIANS; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; House President (4); A.C.S.; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 



KLEPINGER, JUDITH KATHERINE LAFAYETTE, INDIANA; B.S. in City Planning; The lllio 

(1, 2); University Theatre Crew (I, 2); Fine and Applied Arts Council (1, 2); A.I.A.; 
University of Colorado 



L.A.S.; DELTA ZETA; Oratorio Society 



KLING, PAUIETTE BURR RIVER FOREST; B.S. 

{3, 4); Gamma Delta; DePauw University 

KlUETER, HERSCHEL HENRY EDWARDSVILLE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Engineer- 
ing Council (3); A.S.A.E.; Honors Day (2, 3) 



KNAPP, RONALD FRANKLIN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. 

SION; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



in Mechanical Engineering; THE MAN- 



KNIES, THOMAS CASPER OAK LAWN; B.S. in Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; I.A.S.; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KNIGHT, SUSAN CHARLOTTE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA PHI; Women's 

Glee Club {2, 3, 4) 



KNOBLOCK, GEORGE CHARLES JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; The Daily lllini 

(3, 4); The lllio (3, 4); I.P.C. Photography StafT (3, 4); Illinois Technograph (3, 4); 
Engineering Council (3); A.S.C.E.; I.T.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

KNODLE, JOHN MARCUS ROCKFORD; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; BETA SIGMA PSI; 

Interfraternity Executive Council (3); House President (3); Engineering Council (2); 
Sno-Ball Committee (1) 

KNOWIES, LEON STUTTS .... BELZONI, MISSISSIPPI; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; 
GARNER HOUSE; lllini Union Board (4); House President (2); MRHA Executive Council 
(3,4); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (1,2); University Baptist Foundation Student Council 
(2, 3); Engineering Council (3); I.A.S., President (4); WPGU (1, 2, 3, 4) 

KNUTH, GEORGE EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; THE MANSION; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Gamma Delta: Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KNUTSON, WILBUR LEROY OREGON; B.S. in General Engineering; DELTA PHI; Star and 

Scroll; Illinois Technograph (1) 

KOCH, JOHN EDWARD QUINCY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; 

Quincy College 



KOCHER, GEORGE ELMER OBLONG; B.S. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Second Regimental 

Band (1, 2); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2, 3, 4) 

KOELLER, RICHARD DOUGLAS SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Finance; BETA THETA PI; Sachem; 

Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Men's Glee Club 
(1, 2); University Religious Council (2, 3); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3, 4); Commerce Council (3, 4); Finance Club, President (3, 4); Little United 
Nations; Varsity Swimming Manager (1, 2, 3) 

KOHLENBERGER, LAWRENCE BURTON MARISSA; B.S. in Chemistry; BARTON HOUSE; 

First Lieut., Air Force ROTC (3); A.C.S. 



KOHN, MICHAEL KARIIN HIGHLAND PARK, Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; A. I. A. 

KOLISH, RONALD CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Painting; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Society of Il- 
lustrators; Honors Day (3) 

KOILACKS, WOLFRAM AXEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; GARNER HOUSE; The Daily lllini 

(3); The lllio (3); I.P.C. Photography Staff (3); A.I.Ch.E.; Gamma Delta; Pier lllini (1, 2); 
Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



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KONNEKER, CAROLYN MARIE CARLINVILLE; B.S. in Business Education; MCKINLEY 

HALL; Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3); Commerce Council (2, 3, 4); Business Education 
Club 

KOSBIE, ENID CLAIRE CHICAGO; B.A. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; 

Campus Chest (1) 

KOTFILA, JOAN MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Secretarial Training; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Wright Junior College 

KOTT, NANCY LEA BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA DELTA PI; Shi-Ai; lllini Union 

Committee (1, 2); N.S.A. Senate Sub-committee (1) 

KOUTNIK, PAUL GEORGE DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Morton 

Junior College 

KOWALSHI, GERALD VENICE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

KOZIOL, AUDRIENNE MONICA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; DELTA ZETA; Loyola University 

KRASHEN, GLORIA ROSE GLENCOE; B.S. in Home Economics; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; The lllio (2); French Club; Home Economics Club; Honors Day (2) 

KRASNECK, CHARLES F CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; FLAGG HOUSE; German Club; Roose- 
velt University; Chicago Teachers College; Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

KRAUS, RALPH JOSEPH MAPLEWOOD, MISSOURI; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PI 

KAPPA ALPHA; Alpha Phi Omega; The Daily lllini (2, 3); House President (3); Illi- 
nois Technograph (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

KRAY, GERALD LOUIS BRADLEY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Synton; Lewis College of Science and Technology 

KRIER, MARDELLE LOUISE BERWYN; B.A. in L.A.S.; STRATFORD HOUSE; Alpha Chron; 

Freshman Council; University Baptist Student Foundation Student Council (2); Young 
Republicans Club 

KROFT, ARTHUR ELLIS LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S.; PI LAMBDA PHI; Omega Beta Pi; 

House President (3); Honors Day (1) 

KRUPNICK, MORTON STEVEN CHICAGO; Bachelor of Law/; NOBLE HOUSE; Junior Bar 

Association; Little United Nations; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Young Democrats 
Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

KRUSE, WILLIAM EUGENE COLFAX; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; I.A.S. 

KUOPPALA, ANJA ALMA WAUKEGAN; B.F.A. in Painting; VANLIG; University Theatre 

Crew (1); Orchesis (1) 

KUT, LEONARD JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; French Club; 

Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

LACHER, ROBERT RINEHART OREGON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

The lllio (2); University Theatre Crew (2); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); A.S.C.E. 

LACKEY, GEORGE CURTIS SALEM; B.A. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Phi Alpha Delta; M.I. A. 

Executive Council (3); Student Senate (3); Committee on Student Affairs (3); Coordina- 
tion Committee (3); Committee on Student Discipline (3); IM Rec Board (2); LAS 
Council (2, 3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Junior Bar Association; Young Democrats 
Club; Honors Day (2) 

LACY, DONALD LESTER KANSAS; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Football Marching Band {3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second Regimental Band 
(1,2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1) 

LAKATOS, JOHN PETER GARY, INDIANA; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.C.E.; 

Indiana University 

LAMBERT, HAROLD EVANS SHELDON; B.S. in L.A.S.; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); 

Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4); lllini Sportsman's Club 

LAMBERT, JENNA VELNETTE VANDALIA; B.S. in the Teaching of Biological Sciences; 

EVANS HALL; Alpha Lambda Delta; W.A.A. (1,2); lllini Christian Fellowship (1,2); 
Teachers-in-Training Club; Student National Education Association; Honors Day (1) 

LAMENDOLA, MARIO ROY LAKE FOREST; Bachelor of Architecture; CONTINENTAL HALL; 

A. I. A.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

LANDERS, GLENDA MARIE SULLIVAN; B.S. in Home Economics; MCKINLEY HALL; Home 

Economics Club; Young Republicans Club 

LANG, CAROL JEAN OAKLAWN; B.F.A. in Art Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; lllini Union 

Committee (2, 3), University Theatre Crew (I) 

LANG, HENRY WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; DELTA UPSILON; Campus Fair 

Dance Committee, Chairman (3); University Theatre Crew (1); Freshman Varsity Track 
Squad; lllini Traditions Committee (2); Intertraternity Ball Committee (3); Second 
Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Fhi Chi Eta (3, 4); Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon; Society 
for the Advancement of Manaqcmont 

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LANGHOFF, HOWARD FRED LANSING; B.S. in L.A.S.; MARKLAND HOUSE; Thornton 

Junior College; U.C.L.A. 

lANGlEY, BARBARA lUCILE PEKIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

The lllio (2); Star Course Manager (1); House President (4); University Choir (1,2,3); 
Oratorio Society (1) 

LANSEN, JOIENE MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; BIRCH HALL; W.A.A. 

(1, 2, 3); Physical Education Majors Club, President (3); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

lANT, LUCILE lONE MOLINE; B.S. in Home Economics; BUSEY HALL; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Home Economics Club 

LARSON, ARTHUR EUGENE JR PALOS PARK; B.S. in Marketing; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; 

Marketing Club; Honors Day (2) 

LARSON, DALE FREDRICK JOLIET; B.S. in Agriculture; ROOJAH; Alpha Tau Alpha; Hoof 

and Horn Club; Joliet Junior College 

LARSON, WAYNE GILBERT PORT BYRON; B.S. in Dairy Technology; BETA SIGMA PSI; 

Dairy Technology Society 

LASH, TERRYL ARDEAN BETHALTO; B.S. in Speech Correction; PRESBY HALL; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; lllini Union Committee (1, 3); Student National Education 
Association; Honors Day (1) 

LASKE, LAWRENCE LOUIS ROUND LAKE PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TRIANGLE 

LAUER, WILLIAM ROBERT JOLIET; B.S. in Commerce; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (3, 4); lllini Insurance Society, President (4) 

lAUGHLIN, THOMAS KEVIN PONTIAC; B.A. in L.A.S.; Tomahawk; Newman Foundation 

Student Council (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1) 

LAUNER, DONALD WAYNE BEARDSTOWN; B.S. in Agriculture; FORBES HOUSE; Hoof 

and Horn Club 

LAURIDSEN, KURT VICTOR KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S.; PHI GAMMA DELTA; lllini Union 

Committee (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Campus 
Chest (1, 2); Wesley Foundation Student Council (1) 

LAWDER, JAMES ARTHUR MURPHYSBORO; B.S. in Commerce and Law; Junior Bar As- 
sociation; Honors Day (1, 3) 

LAWLESS, LINDA JANE LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA PHI; Shi-Ai; 

lllini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); University Choir (1, 2); Oratorio 
Society (1, 3, 4) 

LAY, PATRICIA ANN BUSHNELL; B.S. in L.A.S.; CHI OMEGA; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; The lllio (1); lllini Union Committee (2); Star Course Manager (1, 2); 
N.S.A. Senate Subcommitiee l2); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (2); French Club, President (3); 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

LAY, RICHARD JENE NORTHBROOK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; THE MANSION; Phi 

Eta Sigma; House President (4); Honors Day (I) 

LEAF, CAROL CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; LAUREL HOUSE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gam- 
ma Alpha Chi; The Daily lllini (2); Indiana University 

LEAVITT, LAWRENCE RAYMOND CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; COSMOPOLITAN; Psi Chi; 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (3); House President (3) 

LEBERMANN, KENNETH WAYNE ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Food Technology; PHI SIGMA 

KAPPA; A.I.Ch.E.; Young Republicans Club 

LEE, EDWARD LEROY MATTOON; B.S. in Management; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); Society 

for the Advancement of Management 

LEE, JUEl CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing Club; Society for 

the Advancement of Management; Ripon College; University of Washington 

LEE, RICHARD GEORGE EAST PEORIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; lllini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; Marketing Club; Honors Day (1, 2) 

LEHMANN, JOHN HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; MINAWA REBELS; Alpha Kappa 

Phi; lllini Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Commerce Council, President {3, 4); Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club, President (4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Young Republicans Club; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

LEIBY, PATRICIA NEWSOME NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS; B.A. in L.A.S.; Wellesley 

College; Harvard University 

LEMKE, GRACE MARGARET RIVERSIDE; B.F.A. in Art Education; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Society of Illustrators; The lllio (1); lllini Union 
Board (4); Major Chairman Union Movies lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union 
Council (3); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Alumni Association Board (4); Campus 
Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (4); Honors Day (2, 3) 

LEMME, KAREN ANN DANVILLE; B.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics; PRESBY HALL; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; House President (3); Student National Education As- 
sociation; Honors Day (1) 

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LENKAITIS, DANIEL CHARIES GRANVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; H. lau Sigma- 

A S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Honors Day (3); LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 

lENZ, ROBERT JAMES FREEPORT; B.A. in L.A.S.; Delta Sigma Rho, President (3); Y.M.C.A 

Board of Directors (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club; Co Chairman Geneva Regional Conference; Chairman, Na- 
tional Student Council of Y.M.C.A.'s 

LEONARD, CHARLES WESLEY CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA PHI ALPHA; Junior 

Interriaternity Counc.l; Studenr Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); lllini Sportsman's Club; Young 
Democrals Cli.b; WPGU 

LEONARD, MARY ANN LOMBARD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (I, 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
House President {4} 

LERNER, PAUL MARVIN BROOKUNE, MASSACHUSETTS; B.S. in L.A.S.; Psi Chi; Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball Squad (I); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Sociology Club- 
WPGU 

LESMES, FELIX HERNANDO SANTA ROSA DE VITERBO, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Electrical 

Engineering; ILLINI LODGE; A.l.t.t.-I.R.E.; Colombian Students Club; University 
of the Andes 

LEVERICH, CHARIES EDWIN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA SIGMA PL- 
Accountancy Club 

LEVY, DAVID WILLIAM CICERO; B.A. in L.A.S.; LUNDGREN HOUSE; Phi Alpha Theta; 

Student Senate (3,4); MRHA Executive Council (3); Honors Day (1,3) 

LEVY, ERIC ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Physical Education; PRAETORIANS; Freshman Week 

Committee (1,2); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2) 



LEWIS, ALLEN ISAAC CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; FORBES HOUSE; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Sigma Mu; M.I.S.; Honors Day (1,2,3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

LEWIS, MARY JANE JOLIET; B.S. in Agriculture; SHERWOOD LODGE; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3, 4); Home Economics Club; Marketing Club; Scimitar; Oklahoma A & M 

LEWIS, ROBERT OWEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club 



LICHTENSTEIN, FRANK CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Eta Sigma; University 

Orchestra (3); Honors Day (2); Chicago Conservatory of Music; Wright Junior College 

LIEBERMAN, JACK LAWRENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Omega Beta 

Pi; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

LILLY, MARILYN LUBBERS MONTICELLO; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PALAMAR; 

lllini Unio.i Committee (3); University Theatre Crew (2); All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(3); Home Economics Club 



IINDBERG, JOHN EDWARD GALESBURG; B.S. In Recreation; American Recreational So- 
ciety U. of I. Student Chapter; Iowa State College 

LINDEN, ALBERT HENRY JR WATERMAN; B.S. in Dairy Technology; Agricultural Council 

(3); Military Ball Committee (3); Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); Phalanx (3,4); Dairy 
Technology Society; Honors Day (2, 3) 

LINDHOLM, DONALD WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; KOINONIA; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Baptist Foundation Student Council (4); A.S.M.E.; 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



LINDSHIELD, DONALD PAUL ORION; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club; 

Field and Furrow; Bethany College 

LINK, PATRICIA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Lutheran Foundation Student Council (3, 4); North Park Junior College 

LIFE, LYLE E SPRINGFIELD; Bachelor of Law; PHI DELTA THETA; Phi Delta Phi; lllini 

Union Committee (2); Springfield Junior College 



LIPKA, ALDRICH EDWARD BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Junior 

Interfraternity Council; Ensign, NROTC (3,4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4,5); A.I.Ch.E.; 
Honors Day (1) 

LIPMAN, ARTHUR GERALD CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; FLAGG HOUSE; Activity Hon- 
orary Society, President (3); Omega Beta Pi; German Club: Honors Day (1,2); Navy 
Pier Extension of the Univertity of Illinois 

UPSON, MARSHALL ALLAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; NOBLE HOUSE; University 

Theatre Cast (4); WILL-TV; WPGU; Northwestern University; University of Missouri; 
Roosevelt University 



WESTVILLE; B.S. 



Industrial Administration; SIGMA NU; 



LiSICK, RONALD PAUL .... 

Purdue University 

LITTMANN, WILLIAM MARRIN JR CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; ALPHA EP 

SILON PI; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Society of American Military Engineers 

LITWILLER, MARIENE JOYCE LEROY; B.S. in Music Education; SIGMA KAPPA; Sigma 

Alpha lota; The Daily lllini (3); University Chorus (4); Women's Glee Club (2, 3) 



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IIU, CHUNG YEH FOOCHOW, FUKINE; 6.S. in Electrical Engineering; Wayland Baptist 

College 

LIVINGSTON, DAVID FARRAND JR WOOD DALE; B.S. in Urban Land Economics; PHI 

KAPPA TAU; Honors Day (2); Elmhurst College 

LLOYD, ELIZABETH BROWN CHARLESTON; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Panhellenic Ball Committee (3); Business Education Club; Illinois Wesleyan 
University 



LOEBBAKA, CHARLES RICHARD EVANSTON; B.S. in Journalism; Sigma Delta Chi; The 

Daily mini (1); WPGU 

LOEFEl, MICHAEL WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; CLUB 311; A.S.C.E.; 

I.T.E. 

LOFGREN, CLARK lEROY GALESBURG; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; ALPHA RHO CHI; 

Men's Glee Club (2); Knox College 



LONG, DONALD GREGORY YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; 

SIGMA PI; Wa-Na-See; Scarab; The Daily lllini (1); The lllio (1,2); lllini Union 
Board (4); lllini Union Committee (3,4); Campus Chest (2); Board of Fraternity 
Affairs (2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Executive Council (2, 3, 4); House President (4); Stu- 
dent Senate (2, 3, 4); Committee on Student Affairs (4); Coordination Committee (3); 
Alumni Association Board (4); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (4); 
Engineering Council (2); lllini Board of Control (2, 3); lllini Traditions Committee 
(3); Interfraternity Ball Committee (3,4); Major, Air Force ROTC (3,4); Arnold Air 
Society (3,4); Pershing Rifles (2); Scabbard and Blade (3,4); A. LA. 

LONG, LESLIE RANKIN LOMBARD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA TAU; 

lllini Union Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (I); Military Ball Committee (2); 
St. Pat's Ball Committee (1,2); A.F.S. 

LONG, MARY ALICE NORMAL; B.S. in Home Economics; PI BETA PHI; The Daily lllini 

(1,2); lllini Union Committee (1) 

LONG, PATRICIA LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA PHI; The 

Daily lllini (1,2); lllini Union Committee (1); University Theatre Crew (1) 

LONGACRE, WILLIAM ATLAS II HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN; B.A. in L.A.S.; Football March- 
ing Band (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second Regimental Band (2); 
Michigan College of Mining and Technology 

LORENZ, ALBERT ROY COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Finance; DELTA CHI; Wa-Na-See; Star and 

Scroll; Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4); Interfraternity Executive Council (2, 3, 4); 
Junior Interfraternity Council; Freshman Council; llligreek (2); Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (2); Interfraternity Ball Committee (4); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta 
(3, 4); French Club; Gamma Delta 

LORENZ, FRANK KENNETH CALUMET CITY; B.A. in L.A.S.; GARNER HOUSE; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; Campus 
Chest (3); House President (3); German Club; Young Republicans Club; MRHA 
Executive Council (3); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

LOUIE, LEONARD MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

LOUIS, FRANK ROBERT CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design 



LOVEKAMP, RICHARD CARLS ARENZVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; Lutheran Foundation 

Student Council (3, 4) 

LOWENTHAl, MICHAEL LEVY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA DELTA; lllini 

Union Committee (2); Junior Interfraternity Council; Freshman Council; Accountancy 
Club; Honors Day (1, 2) 

LUKER, CHARLES CLINT WAPELLA; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural 

Economics Club; Field and Furrow; Millikin University 



LUTZ, JOYCE LYNN COAL CITY; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PHI MU; lllini 

Union Committee (1,2), University Theatre Crew (1); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); House 

President (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Home 
Economics Club 

LUTZ, MARY ELIZABETH EVANSTON; B.S. in Music Education; LEEMAN LODGE; Phi 

Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Sigma Alpha lota (3); The lllio (2, 3); University Choir 
(3, 4); Women's Glee Club (3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (3); Oratorio Society (2, 3); 
Honors Day (3); Lawrence College 

LYON, RONALD BAILEY CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; University of Utah; Northwestern 

University 



LYTTON, DALE FRANKLIN FLORA; B.A. in L.A.S.; GARMEN; Phi Eta Sigma; House 

President (2); Honors Day (2) 

MABIE, MARSHALL LEWIS ELMHURST; B.S. in Marketing; ACACIA; Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (1); Football Marching Band (1,2,3); First Regimental Band (1,2,3); 
Dolphms (3,4); Marketing Club; Young Republicans Club; Honors Day (1) 

MAC ARTHUR, DONALD KENILWORTH; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1); Student Senate (2) 



MACHAMER, IDABELLE KINCANNON FREEPORT; B.A. in L.A.S.; German Club 

MACHIA, JOHN RICHARD WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S. 

MACK, MAXINE ELEANOR DIXON; B.S. in Recreation; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter; Honors Day (1,3) 



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MADSEN, EDGAR BJERRE LAKE FOREST; B.S. in Economics; CHI PHI; Military Ball Com- 
mittee (2); Maior, Army ROTC (3,4); Pershing Rifles (1,2,3,4) 

MAGEUI, PAUL OTTAWA; B.S. in L.A.S.; WIKIA; Major Chairman Stunt Show lllini 

Union Committee (4) 

MAGIN, RALPH WALTER BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Chemistry; DELTA PHI; Alpha Chi Sigma; 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Second Regimental Band (1,2); Freshman Week Committee (2); 
A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; Honors Day (3) 

MAHER, RUSSELL EDWARD JACKSON HEIGHTS, NEW YORK; B.S. in Civil Engineerings 

NOBLE HOUSE 

MAJERCHIN, KENNETH LOUIS STREATOR; B.S. in Economics; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; 

Star and Scroll; Freshman Council (1); Freshman Week Committee (2) 

MAJESKE, FRANK JEROME KEWANEE; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; FLAGG 

HOUSE; A.I.Ch.E.; lllini Sportsman's Club; M.I.S. 

MALKIN, JUDD DAVID CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Daily lllini 

{!); House President (3); Freshman Varsity Golf Squad 

MALONE, WARREN LEE HAMILTON; B.S. in Engineering Physics; CHI PHI; House Presi- 
dent (2); Skull and Crescent; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Western State College; Texas Western 

MALTAS, THOMAS BENJAMIN DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA SIGMA PHI; Star and 

Scroll; Board of Fraternity Affairs (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (3,4); Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4); Men's Glee Club (1,2,3,4); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (2, 3); Military Ball Committee (2); Second Lieut., Army ROTC 
(3); Ordnance Club (3); French Club 

MANASTER, RUTH JEAN CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Alpha Lambda Delta, 

President (2); University Theatre Cast (3, 4); German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion, President (3,4); Young Democrats Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

MANN, RICHARD PETER CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; BARTON PLACE; Major 

Chairman Fine Arts lllini Union Committee (2); lllini Union Committee (1,2); House 

President (4); MRHA Executive Council (3, 4); Military Ball Committee (4); C.P.O., 
NROTC (3,4); Phalanx (3,4); A. I. A.; Young Democrats Club 

MANNING, JOSEPH AlOYSIUS CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Marketing Club; Society 

for the Advancement of Management; Young Republicans Club; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

MANOS, GEORGE PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors 

Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MANSAGER, JUDITH ANN RIVERSIDE; B.A. in L.A.S.; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Star Course 

Manager (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 

MARCUS, ELAINE ETHEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Student National Education Association; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MARCUS, NORMAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreation; PHI EPSILON PI; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2); Campus Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); American Recreational 
Society U. of I. Chapter; Physical Education Majors Club; Social Work Club; Sociology 
Club 

MARCUS, SHELDON HOWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIMPSON HALL; Freshman 

Council; Praetorians; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MARGOLIS, DONALD WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; THE BROWERY; M.I.A. 

Executive Council (3, 4); Freshmaii Varsity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (3, 4); A.C.S.; 
A.I.Ch.E.; Praetorians 

MARIN, RICHARD FRAMPTON CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINI LODGE; N.S.A. 

Senate Subcommittee (4); Accountancy Club; Pier Football Squad (1, 2, 3), Captain (3); 

Pier Wrestling Squad (3); Pier Track Squad (3); Pier Concert Band (1,2); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

MARKS, JACK ARNOLD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; PRAETORIANS; The Daily lllini (3); 

lllini Union Committee (3); German Club; Praetorians; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

MARKS, RICHARD H CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PHI EPSILON PI; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

MARLOWE, BYRON HENRY HUNTLEY; B.S. in Agriculture; FARM HOUSE; Y.M.C.A. 

Board of Directors (4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2); Football 
Marching Band (2,3,4); Second Regimental Band (1,2,3,4); Agricultural Council 
(1,2,3,4); Ag Field Day Committee (3,4); lllini Sportsman's Club 

MARRONE, CARL PATRICK JR GLENVIEW; B.S. in Management; PI KAPPA PHI; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (I); Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Marketing 
Club; Young Republicans Club 

MARS, RONALD JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; WIKIA; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); 

House President (4); lllini Forensic Association; Rho Epsilon; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

MARSHALL, GEORGIA ANN WEBSTER GROVES, ,V:SSOURI; B.S. in Speech Correction; 

KAPPA DELTA; lllini Union Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); Monmouth College 

MARTENSEN, ROBERT ERWIN PAXTON; B.S. in Commerce and Law; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma lota Epsilon; lllini Union Committee (1); University Theatre 
Crew (1); lllini Forensic Association; Junior Bar Association; Honors Day (1) 

MARTIN, RICHARD FRANK LOMBARD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

Pi Tau Sigma; Wheaton College; Morton Junior College 

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IWARTIN, ROBERT GEORGE MASON CITY; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Hoof and Horn Club; Western Illinois State University 

MASKOFF, RICHARD JAMES CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; NEW- 
MAN HALL; Phi Alpha Theta; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MASIAN, BEVERLY ELAINE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA DELTA TAU; 

SHI-AI; Alpha Lambda Delta; Major Chairman Campus Talent lllini Union Committee 
(2); lllini Union Committee (1,2); Campus Chest (4); House President (3); Student 
Senate (2); Freshman Council; Orchesis (1); Honors Day (1,2) 

MASON, EDMUND WARREN ZION; B.S. in Civil Engineering; MINAWA LODGE; lllini 

Christian Fellowship (2,3,4); A.S.C.E. 

MASSEl, EARL LOUIS LINCOLNWOOD; B.A. in L.A.S.; GARNER HOUSE; The Daily lllini 

(3); House President (3); Student Senate (4); Committee on Student Discipline (4); 
Freshman Varsity Foolball Squad; Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Baseball Varsity 
Squad (2), Letter (2); Intramural Manager (2); University Orchestra (2); University Choir 
(2); Athletic Council (3); Freshman Week Committee (2); LAS Council (2); French Club; 
Junior Bar Association; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Spanish Club; Young Democrats 
Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MASTERS, ELEANOR ANN GREENFIELD; B.S. in Home Economics; WESCOGA; Phi Upsilon 

Omicron; University Theatre Crew (1); All-Ag Field Day Committee (2); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1,3); Sno-Ball Committee (1,2); Home Economics Club; Honors Day (1) 

MATHIS, NANCY SUE ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; Freshman Council; 

Women's Glee Club (1,2); Terrapin (1,2,3); Teachers-in-Training Club 

MATSUMOTO, GEORGE ATSUSHI CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; CLARK 

HALL; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E., President (2); Hawaii Club; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

MATUKAS, BEATRICE VIDA HINSDALE; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA KAPPA; Delta Phi Alpha; 

The lllio (3); Student Senate (2); German Club; Honors Day (1) 

MAUPIN, ROGER ALAN WINNETKA; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA CHI; Tribe of lllini (4); 

Senior Swimming Manager (4); Dolphins (1,2,3,4); Athletic Council (4) 

MAURATH, JEROME DONALD EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in L.A.S.; University of Maryland 

MAXWELL, RICHARD EDWARD WASHINGTON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI 

SIGMA KAPPA; Skull and Crescent; S.A.E. 



MAY, ELMER CHARLES PRINCETON; B.S. in Marketing and Management; Marketing Club; 

Society for the Advancement of Management 

MAYER, CHARLES ROBERT TROY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; BETA SIGMA PSi; 

House President (4); Lieut., NROTC (3, 4); A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 

MAZER, MARLENE MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Secretarial Training; BUSEY HALL; lllini 

Christian Fellowship (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MC ANDREW, BERNARD JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MCBAIN, JANET KAY APPLETON, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA; Beloit College 

MCCALL, MARIETT DAVENPORT EVANSTON; B.S. in Recreation; PALAMAR; W.A.A. 

(1,2); American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter 

MCCARTY, DAVID LAWRENCE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Agriculture; ROOJAH; University 

Theatre Crew (3); House President (4); Dairy Technology Society; lllini Campus Am- 
vets Post No. 202; Honors Day (3); University of Wisconsin 

MCCAUIEY, JOHN JOSEPH CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; 

University Theatre Cast (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (2, 3); University Choir (3, 4); 
Men's Glee Club (4); WILL; Military Ball Committee (2); Honors Day (1,2) 

MCCONNELL, WALTER THOMAS EAST LYNN; B.S. in Agriculture; AFTER HOURS 

MCCORD, JOHN KENT BLUE ISLAND; B.A. in Accountancy; PHI DELTA THETA; lllini 

Union Committee (I); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Young Republicans 
Club; Thornton Junior College 

MCCORD, SAUNDERS CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; SIGMA NU; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Sigma Gamma Tau; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Lieut. Col., Air Force ROTC 
(3,4); Arnold Air Society (3,4); I.A.S. 

MCCORMICK, PATRICIA ANN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Education; ALLEN HALL; Belleville 

Junior College 

MCCRACKEN, HOWARD DAX KANKAKEE; B.S. in Marketing; SIGMA CHI; Skull and 

Crescent; lllini Union Committee (1,2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Men's Glee Club 
(1,2,3); Alumni Association Board (1) 

MCDONALD, MARY ANN ALTON; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA XI DELTA; Alpha Lambda 

Delta, lllini Union Committee (1); University Theatre Crew (1,2); Honors Day (1,2) 

MCDOWELL, BARBARA JEAN GEORGETOWN; B.S. in Education; Eastern Illinois 

University 



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MCGRATH, EDWARD GERARD MILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN; B.S. in Marketing; Phi Efa J 

Sigma; Sigma Delta Pi; Sigma lota Epsilon; Armed Forces Amateur Radio Club (3); j 

Marketing Club; Spanish Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); Navy Pier Extension of the J 
University of Illinois 

MCGUIRE, FREDERICK EDWARD JOLIET; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; M.I.A. Executive Council l] 

(4); Young Republicans Club; Joliet Junior College 

MCGUIRE, RICHARD LEE CHAMPAIGN; B.A. in L.A.S.; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; DePauw 

Universi:y 

MCGUNNIGAL, JAMES VINCENT CEDAR POINT; B.S. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Omega 

Beta Pi; LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 

MCHOSE, ELIZABETH PITTSFIELD; B.S. in Music Education; WESCOGA; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon; First Regimental Band (3, 4); Wesley Foundation Student 
Council (4); MacMurray College 

MCHOSE, J. KENT LAGRANGE; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Ma-Wan-Da; 

Sachem; Campus Chest (2, 3), Associate Director (4); Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (3, 4); Lyons Township Junior College 

MC KEE, PATRICIA ANN VARNA; B.S. in Home Economics; EVANS HALL; W.A.A. (2); 

Women's Glee Club (1, 2); Disciples of Christ Foundation Student Council (1); Home 
Economics Club 

MCKINLAY, RICHARD JOHN NILES; B.S. in L.A.S.; THE MANSION; lllini Forensic 

Association 

MCKITTRICK, IRUM LEWIS OAK LAWN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., 

President (2); Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MCLAREN, ROBERT WAYNE OAK PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 

Eta Sigma; lllini Christian Fellowship (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1,2,3); Uni- ,, 
versify of lllincis Scholarship Key (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

MCMULLEN, LARRY GENE RUSHVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; THETA CHI; 

A.S.M.E. 

MCMULLEN, WILLIAM ALLEN BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Economics; ALPHA KAPPA 

LAMBDA; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2) 

MCNABB, ROBERT LEROY DECATUR; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; ROOJAH; Toma- 
hawk; Y.M C.A. Committee (1); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Ensign, 
NROTC (3,4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.A.E.; Field and Furrow; Trident 

MC NAMARA, EDWARD THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; THETA XI; Campus Chest 

(2); Interfraternity Executive Council (2,3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 
llligreek (2), Editor (3) 

MCQUEEN, JANET LYNN LAKE BLUFF; B.A. in L.A.S.; GAMMA PHI BETA; House 

President (3); Vanderbilt University 

MCWARD, BOYCE RICHARD MORRISONVILLE; B.S. in Marketing; GRANADA CLUB; 

Phalanx (3, 4); Marketing Club; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Young Democrats Club 

MCWARD, JUDY ROSE ST. JOSEPH; B.S. in Elementary Educat'on; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; The Daily lllini (1); lllini Union Committee (2); University Theatre Crew (2) 

MCWARD, MARILYN MARGUERITE GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in the Teaching of History; KAPPA 

ALPHA THETA; lllini Union Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager (1,2) 

MCWHIRTER, JOHN RUBEN COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; DELTA TAU 

DELTA, Skull and Crescent; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma; The lllio (1); 
llligreek (2); A.I.Ch.E.; Honors Day (3) 

MEADORS, CAROLYN RAE MORRIS; B.A. in the Teaching of English; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Mortar Board; Torch, President (3); Shi-Ai; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; lllini Union Committee (1); Star Course Manager (1); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (1,2,3), President (4); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Com- 
mittee (4); House President (3); Freshman Council; Honors Day (1,2,3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key 

MEDROW, ROBERT ARTHUR ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GARNER 

HOUSE; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (1,3); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

MEDWEDOWSKY, RUTH CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; E.K.T.; Teachers-in-Training Club; 

Young Democrals Club; Honors Day (2) 

MEHRHOLZ, JOHN IRVIN DECATUR; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ACACIA; Sigma 

Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; Major Chairman Union Movies lllini Union Committee (2); lllini 
Union Council (2); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Freshman Week Committee (3); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Young Republicans Club; 
Millikin University 

MEISENHELTER, ERWIN LYNN DECATUR; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E.; Millikin 

University; San Bernardino Valley College 

MENDELSON, JACK GLENCOE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; ALPHA RHO CHI; lllini 

Union Committee (3, 4); Fine and Applied Arts Council, President (3); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

MERIDETH, PEGGY JEAN EAST MOLINE; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

University Theatre Crew (1); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Newman Foundation Student Council 
(3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club 

MESKIMEN, CARL JOSEPH CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Marketing; Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1,2,3); Markelinci Club 

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MESSERSMITH, WILLIAM DALE 

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TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; Psi Chi; Honors Day 
n Marketing; Marketing Club; Navy 



MESSINEO, LEONARD ANTHONY . . . CHICAGO; B.S 
Pier Extension ot the University of Illinois 

METZGER, CLARETTA LOU . . . FREEPORT; B.S. in Music Education; Alpha Chron; Pi Kappa 

Lambda; Mu Phi Epsilon, Concert Band (1,2); University Orchestra (1,2,3,4); Honors 
Day (1,2); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



METZGER, THOMAS KARl GALENA; 8.A. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Capt., Army ROTC 

(3 4); Junior Bar Association; University of Wisconsin 

MEYER, BRUCE RUSSELL .... BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
Honors Day (1) 

MEYER, MARSHALL DUANE BEARDSTOWN; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; EL PATIO; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Sigma Mu; M.I.S ; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key 

MEYER, THOMAS ANDREW . ... TUSCOLA; B.S. in Agriculture; NOBLE HALL; Varsity Wrestling 
Squad (2, 3); Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; Freshman Varsity Football Squad; 
Field and Furrov^/; lllini Sportsman's Club 

MICHEJDA, CHRISTOPHER JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

Society of American Military Engineers (2); A.C.S., President (4); Engineering Council 
(2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MICHELI, ADOLPH LOUIS . ... PERU; B.S. in L.A.S.; KING'S KASTLE; A.C.S.; LaSalle-Peru- 
Oglesby Junior College 

MICHEIS, LEO CONRAD CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Alpha 

Sigma Mu; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; M.I.S.; Honors Day (3); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

MIDDLETON, WILLIAM FRANCIS BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Chemistry; TAU KAPPA EP- 
SILON; German Club; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Young Democrats Club; 
Arizona State University 

MIKIAS, KARl ANTHONY . ... LINCOLNWOOD; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; THETA KAPPA 

PHI; University Theatre Crew/ (1); Men's Glee Club (2); Campus Chest Allocations 

and Advisory Board (3); Fine and Applied Arts Society; Spanish Club; Young 
Republicans Club 

MIKOLAVCZYK, EUGENE PAUL . ... CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; A.F.S.; Illinois 
Institute of Technology 

MILECKI, HELEN MARY EVANSTON; B.S. in Journalism; ALLEN HALL 

MILLER, CHARLES ALLAN . MOLINE- B.S. in Marketing; FORBES HALL; M.I. A. Executive 

Council (3); Marketing Club Moline Community College 

MILLER, DONALD GENE LINCOLN B.S. in Agriculture; COLLEGE HALL; Alpha Tau 

Alpha, Agricultural Council (3, 4); Agricultural Education Club 

MILLER, FRED LEON .... ALEXANDRIA, INDIANA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; 
Young Democrats Club; University of Alabama 

MILLER, GEORGE RICHARD CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Mar- 
keting Club 

MILLER, JOANNE ELAINE GRAYSLAKE; B.S in Home Economics Education; STRATFORD 

HOUSE; Shorter Board; Alpha Chron; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Baptist Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2); Home Economics Council (3, 4); Home Economics Club, President (4) 

MILLER, JOSEPH PEORIA, B.S. in Accountancy; PSI UPSILON; Sigma lota Epsilon; House 

President (4); llligreek (2); Lieut. Col., Army ROTC (4); Army Council (4); Phi Chi 
Eta (3,4); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (1,2) 

MILLER, ORVILLE RAY EUREKA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1,3) 



MILLER, ROBERT EUGENE STREATOR; B.S. in Journalism; Western Illinois University 

MILLER, RONALD MAXWELL EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Marketing; SIGMA NU; lllini 

Union Committee (1,2); Major, Air Force ROTC (3,4); Arnold Air Society (3,4); 
lllini Insurance Society; Marketing Club 

MILLER, RUTH CAROL LINCOLN; B.S. in Music Education; WESCOGA; W.A.A. (3); Uni- 
versity Choir (4); Oratorio Society (3); University Religious Council (3); Wesley 
Foundation Student Council (3); MacMurray College 

MILLER, SHERWIN IRA LINCOLNWOOD; B.A. in L.A.S.; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2); 

Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MIlllGAN, ROBERT VAUGHAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; lllini Campus Amvets 

Post No. 202, North Park Junior College 

MINER, DANNY CHARLES CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Agriculture; Hoof and Horn Club 




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MINER, GARY BAKER ROCK ISLAND; B.S. 

A.F.S.; A.S.AA.E.; Augustana College 

MINKUS, CAROLE IDA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Mask 

and Bauble; The Daily lllini (2); lllini Union Committee (3); University Theatre Cast 
(2,3,4); University Theatre Crevif (2,3,4); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2,3); 
Sno-Bail Committee (4); Young Democrats Club; WPGU; University of California at 
Los Angeles; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MINOR, ETHEL HARRIET CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; MC KINLEY HALL; 

Kaopa Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3); Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet (3,4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3,4); Little United Nations; F.T.A. (1,2); Honors 
Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MINTZ, ROBERT PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES HOUSE; Hillel Founda- 
tion Student Council (3, 4); Commerce Council (4); Accountancy Club; Marketing 
Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (I, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

MISAUSKAS, RAIMUNDAS VYTAUTAS CICERO; B.F.A, in Industrial Design; Lithuanian 

Student Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

MITCHELL, DANLEE GEORGE TACOMA, WASHINGTON; B.S. in Music Education; PHI 

DELTA THETA; Phi Kappa i^hi; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Phi Mu Alpha- 
Sinfonia; Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad (4); Concert Band (2, 3, 4); Football March- 
ing Band (2, 3, 4); University Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club; Honors 
Day (4) 

MITCHELL, JOANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); Young Democrats Club; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

MITCHELL, RICHARD MICHAEL WOOD RIVER; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. 

MIURA, HOWARD CHICAGO; B.F.A. in City Planning; FLAGG HOUSE; Forsite (3,4); 

Roosevelt University 



MOCKENHAUPT, JEROME DOUGLAS ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Pi Tau Sigma; Enqineering Council (4); A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key 

MOFFITT, RAYMOND VERN MILAN; B.S. in Agriculture; 907 CLUB; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta 

Sigma; House President (3); Second Regimental Band n,2)- S.N. LB. (3,4); lllini 
Christian Fellowship (1.2); Agricultural Economics Club; lllini Sportsman's Club; 
Young Republicans Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key 

MOGENIS, AIDONA MARIA EAST ST. LOUIS; B.A. in L.A.S. ; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Delta Phi Alpha; German Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

MOHRMAN, MARY SCHUMACHER QUINCY; B.S. in Journalism: ALPHA DELTA PI; Mortar 

Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; fheta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini (1,2,3); 
lllini Union Committee (1,2); Honors Day (1) 

MOLARO, STEPHEN JOHN CHICAGO; B S. in Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa; 

Varsity Baseball Squad (3, 4); Ohio State University 

MOLENAAR, JAMES ELSTON LANSING; A.B. in L.A.S.; GRANADA CLUB; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Delta Sigma Rho; House President (4); Concert Band (2, 3); Football Marching Band 

(2,3); Sno-Ball Committee (4); Caot., Army ROTC (3,4); Phi Chi Eta (4); lllini 
Forensic Association; Arizona State University 



MOLL, ALBERT JAMES VERGENNES; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

A.I.Ch.E.; Young Democrats Club; Honors Day (3); Southern Illinois University 

MOLL, MARLENE JOY CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); Physical Education Majors Club; Scimitar 

MONROE, SONYA VERONICA HARVEY; B.A. in L.A.S.; DELTA SIGMA THETA; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (1, 2, 3); Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4); House President (4); Wom- 
en's Glee Club (1); Orchesis (1, 2); Social Work Club; Sociology Club; Spanish Club 



MONTAVON, NORMA LEAH COMPTON; B.S. in Home Economics; PALAMAR; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Western Illinois University 

MOODY, GERALD RALPH ALBANY: B.S. in Economics- WESMEN: Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); 

First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); German Club 

MOORE, JAMES EDWARD BRAZIL, INDIANA; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; Indiana State Teachers 

College; General Motors Institute of Technology 



MOORE, JOHN COWSERT SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; COLLEGE HALL; Phi 

Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (1) 

MOORE, LAURENCE DALE DANVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; BARTON HOUSE; Floriculture 

Club; Hoof and Horn Club 

MOORE, MARY ELIZABETH LOUISVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PALAMAR; 

Wesley Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club; Stephens College 



MOOTS, MARGARET JOAN CLINTON; B.S. in Journalism; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi, President (4); lllini Union Committee (1); 
Star Course Manager (1); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2); WILL-TV 
(3, 4); McKinley Foundation Student Council (1, 2); Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (2); Honors Day (1,2) 

MORF, KATHERINE DARROW MECHANICSBURG; B.A. in Art Education; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; University Theatre Crew (2); Orchesis (2); Lindenwood College 

MORGAN, ROBERT EDGAR BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; GARNER HOUSE; 

lllini Union Committee '3); University Theatre Crew (3); Football Marching Band (2); 
First Regimental Band (2); A.S.C.E.; Flying Club; Young Republicans Club; University 
of Wisconsin 



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MORIARTY, COLLEEN EDNA LOMBARD; B.S. in Elementary Education; VANLIG; Pan- 

helienic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee (3) 

MORRIS, GEORGE AUSTIN NACO, ARIZONA; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; BACHE- 
LOR ARMS; House President (4); Major, Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); 
Society of American Military Engineers (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E. 

MORRIS, GEORGE RONALD SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; SIGMA PI; 

mini Union Committee (I, 2); Greek Week Committee (2); Interfraternity Ball Com- 
mittee (2); A.I.Ch.E.; M.I.S. 



MORSE, JOHN EUGENE GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SIGMA PHI DELTA; 

Second Regimental Band (I, 2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Synton; Young Republicans Club 

MORSE, JUDITH GRACE HARRISBURG; B.A. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi 

Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; The Daily lllini (1); University Theatre 
Crew (1); Phi Sigma Alpha; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

MOSS, LARRY LANE PARIS; B.S. in Agriculture; TOANCO CLUB; House President (3); 

All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); Plow/boy Prom Committee (3); Field and Furrov^; 
lllini Sportsman's Club 



MOTLONG, BRUCE DOUGLAS CRETE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PHI DELTA THETA; 

lllini Union Committee (I); Second Lieut., Air Force ROTC (3); Arnold Air Society (3) 

MOULTON, JON ST. CHARLES; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIMPSON HALL; Channing-Murray Founda- 
tion Student Council (4); Young Democrats Club; Colby College; Aurora College 

MRNKA, MARVIN LOUIS BERWYN; B.S. in General Engineering; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

Engineering Council (4); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 



MUCH, MORRIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; TAU EPSILON PHI; Alpha Kappa Psi; Com- 
merce Council; lllini Insurance Society; Rho Epsilon 

MUCK, GEORGE ARTHUR GALESBURG; B.S. in Dairy Technology; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; All-Ag Field Day Committee (2); Freshman Week 
Committee (2, 3); Dairy Production Club; Dairy Technology Society; Honors Day (3) 

MUELLER, RALF CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Pier Soccer Squad (1, 2, 3); 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



MUELLER, RICHARD LEE HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Marketing; KAPPA SIGMA; Freshman Var- 
sity Swimming Squad; Intramural Manager {3, 4); Dolphins (2); Marketing Club 

MUENCH, DANIEL HIRAM PALATINE; B.A. In L.A.S.; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; Lawrence Col- 
lege 

MULARZ, THEODORE I CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Architectural Design; Scarab, President (4); 

A-I.A.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



MULLOWNEY, PATRICIA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Crew !1); Star Course 
Manager (2); W.A.A. (1) 

MURRA, ABRAHAM ANTONIO CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

A F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes; American Uni- 
versity 

MURRAY, ARTHUR WILLIAM II HOOPESTON; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; 

Alpha Kappa Psi; lllini Union Board (3, 4); Major Chairman Jazz-U-Like-lt lllini Union 
Committee (3); lllini Union Council (3); lllini Union Committee {1, 2, 3); Board of 
Fraternity Affairs (4); Interfraternity Executive Council (3, 4); University Lutheran 
Chapel Student Council (4); Interfraternity Ball Committee (4); Accountancy Club; 
Gamma Delta; Young Republicans Club 

MURRAY, MARTHA LOU BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Special Education; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; lllini Union Committee (I, 2) 

MURRAY, ROBERT KIRK FAR HILLS, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Mining Engineering; Hawaii 

Club; I.A.S.; M.I.S. 

MUSHOLT, DONALD LEE QUINCY; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

Alpha Phi Omega; l.A.S. 



MUTH, DONALD VALENTINE CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; GARNER 

HOUSE; I.A.S.; Varsity Swimming Team {!); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

MYERS, DAVID JAY CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S. ; PHI EPSILON PI; Campus Chest (3) 

MYERS, HAMILTON DAVID BOWEN; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI SIGMA EPSILON; Agricul- 
tural Education Club; Western Illinois State University 



MYERS, MARVIN OTIS CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Agriculture; Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); 

Scabbard and Blade; Agricultural Economics Club 

NAHNSEN, THOMAS ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; GARNER 

HALL; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



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NAIMAN, ROBERT MANIEY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA DELTA; lllini 

Union Committee (1, 2); Hillel FouncJation Student Council (2); Commerce Council 
(3,4); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (1) 

NAKAMURA, MEIVIN MASATO KAPAA, KAUAI; B.S. in L.A.S.; A.I.Ch.E.; Hawaii Club; 

University of Hawaii 

NARIAND, MARY JEANNE RIVER FOREST; B.A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; lllini 

Union Committee (1); Greek Week Committee (2) 

NASH, STANLEY PHILLIP CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; THE MANSION; Nsvy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

NASIATKA, DIANE LUCILLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; House President (4); Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Honors Day (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

NASSOS, TASSOS PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Spanish Club; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

NAUMCZIK, GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; Cyclothem Club 

NEAL, CHARLES CEDRIC CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; A.C.S.; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois 

NEAL, CLARKE LEO WADSWORTH; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; First Lieut., Army 

ROTC (3,4); Scabbard and Blade (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

NEAL, PHYLLIS ANN BENTON; B.F.A. in Art Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; lllini Union 

Committee (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); S.N.I.B. (1); Southern Baptist Foundation 
Student Council (I); Home Economics Club 

NEET, lUCY DECATUR; B.S. in Marketing; CHI OMEGA; House President (4); Marketing 

Club; Northwestern University 

NEFF, JAMES DENNIS ELMHURST; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; 

Pi Tau Sigma; Wrestling Manager (3); Pershing Rifles (1,2); S.A.E.; Purdue University 

NEILSON, FREDERICK DAVID CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A.; Wright Junior 

College 

NELSON, CARL ROBERT MANLIUS; B.S. in Agriculture; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; Honors 

Day (1) 

NELSON, CLIFFORD MARK OAK PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; ACACIA; Alpha Kappa Psi, 

President (4); Sigma lota Epsilon; Student Senate (3); Concert Band (1,2,3,4); Foot- 
ball Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (2) 

NELSON, N. RICHARD CHICAGO; B.A. in Chemistry; SHANGRI-LA; Track Manager (1,2); 

A.S.M.E.; Young Republicans Club; Pier Band (1,2); Pier Orchestra (1,2); French 
Club; Pier Cross Country Squad (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

NEMETH, JOHN GEORGE BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Music Education; BARTON HALL; Phi Mu 

Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (3, 4); Football Marching Band (2, 3, 4); First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2) 

NERUDA, DONALD ROBERT CHICAGO: B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Alpha Sigma Mu; M.I.S.; Honors Day (1,2,3) 

NEUMANN, ARLIN LEE MILAN; B.S. in Agriculture 

NEWCOMER, RICHARD JOSEPH PRINCETON; B.S. in LAS.; PSI UPSILON 

NEWSTROM, KENNETH ROBERT BIGFORK, MINNESOTA; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; 

LONESOME PINE; Alpha Eta Rho, President (2) 

NEWTH, ROBERT CHARLES PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Journalism; PSI UPSILON; Skull and 

Crescent; Presbyterian Foundation Student Council (2, 3); Commerce Council (2, 3); 
Military Ball Committee (2); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
Marketing Club; Honors Day (1) 

NICHOl, RONALD JAMES WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; A.S.M.E. (4); Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy 

NICHOLS, ROGER CARRINGTON OAK PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ALPHA 

DELTA PHI; Skull and Crescent; Pi Tau Sigma; Lieut. Col., Army ROTC (3, 4); Scab- 
bard and Blade (3, 4); A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (1) 

NIEFT, WILLIAM ERNFT CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; BARTON HOUSE; Commerce 

Council (2); Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Marketing Club; Young Republicans 
Club; Honors Day (2) 

NIELSEN, THOMAS HENRY URBANA; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; 

A.C.S. 

NIEMANN, BERNARD JOHN JR NORTHFIELD; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; PARK 

LANE LODGE; Forsite (2, 3, 4); Landscape Architecture Society 

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NIEMEYER, KATHERINE AONES BROOKFIEID; B.S. in Home Economics; ALLEN HALL; 

Phi Upsilon Omicron; Delta Sigma Omicron; Home Economics Club; Illinois Insti- 
tute of Technology 

NIKOLAI, ROBERT JOSEPH MOLINE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; St. Procopius College 

NIMZ. ROBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; TAU DELTA PHI; lllini Union Committee (3) 



NIVA, GEORGE DENNIS WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Physical EcJucation; CHI PHI; Sachem; 

Skull and Crescent; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Tribe of 
IllinI (2, 3, 4); Varsity Golf SquacJ (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Golf 
SquacJ 

NOLAN, THOMAS LEONARD JR ROCKFORD; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI DELTA 

THETA; lllini Union Committee (1); Newman Foundation Student Council (1); Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club; John Carroll University; Rockford College; University of 
Wisconsin 

NORDSTROM, DONALD T MOLINE; Bachelor of Architecture; Augustana College 

NORRIS, JOHN LEE TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; TOANCO CLUB; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club; Honors Day (I, 2) 

NUDELMAN, AlAN K CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; ZETA BETA TAU; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Sachem; lllini Union Committee (1); Campus Chest (2), Director (3, 4); 
Student Senate (3); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (3, 4); Engineering 
Council (4); Freshman Week Committee (2, 3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Honors 
Day (1,2) 

NYSTRAND, DANIEL IVAR EVANSTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; THE MANSION; Baptist 

Foundation Student Council (1,2,3,4); lllini Christian Fellowship (1,2,3,4); Capt., 
Air Force ROTC (3, 4); A.S.C.E. 

OAKES, DAVID HUBERT LAURA; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI SIGMA EPSILON; Alpha Tau 

Alpha; Agriculture Club; Agricultural Education Club; Western Illinois University 

ODA, ELIZABETH YUKI CHICAGO; B.S. in Secretarial Training; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; The Daily lllini (3, 4); Marketing Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

OELBERG, GERALD lEROY CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TEN-O-ONE CLUB; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Committee; Seabury Foundation Student Council (3, 4); 
First Lieut., Army ROTC (4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Pier Soccer Squad (1,2); 
Pier Choir (2); Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

OLDEN, ROBERT EUGENE KEWANEE; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A. 

OLDHAM, MELVIN GENE MCLEANSBORO; B.S. in Agriculture; TOANCO CLUB 

OlDS, JOHN ROBERT CALHOUN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; LOU-MAC LODGE; Engineer- 
ing Council (3); A.S.C.E., President (4) 



OlSEN, JACK EDMUND BELLEVILLE; Bachelor in Architecture; Gargoyle; A.I. A.; Belle- 
ville Junior College 

OLSON, RUSSELL EDWARD CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; University of 

Minnesota 

OPELKA, JOHN JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Agriculture; PI KAPPA ALPHA; Second Lieut., 

Army ROTC (3, 4); Dairy Production Club; Hoof and Horn Club 



O'ROURKE, ROBERT WILLIAM WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (3, 4) 

ORR, JEAN ANN SPRINGFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA DELTA; The lllio (1,2); lllini 

Union Committee (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3,4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 

ORR, JUDITH KAY PAXTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (3); Illinois State Normal University 



OSBORN, JAMES BRADLEY HAZEL CREST; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; Phi Eta Sigma; Honors 

Day (1) 

OSTRAND, CARL WALDEMAN HIGHWOOD; B.S. in Management; PHI GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee (3); Freshman Council; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

OSTROM, AUDREY MARIA ROCKFORD; B.S. in Marketing; CHI OMEGA; lllini Union 

Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); Commerce Council (2,3,4); Air Force ROTC 
Sponsor (3); Arnold Air Society Sponsor (4); Marketing Club; Honors Day (1) 

OTTO, MARGRET IRIS LIBERTYVILLE; B.A. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; Mortar Board; Torch; 

Alpha Chron, President (2); Delta Phi Alpha; W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); W.G.S. Executive 
Council (3), President (4); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee (2, 3, 4); Stu- 
dent Senate (4); Committee on Student Affairs (4); Greek Week Committee (4); lllini 
Traditions Committee (3); Gamma Delta; German Club; Spanish Club 

OTTO, MILTON CHARLES ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; THETA 

XI; House President (4); Military Ball Committee (1); Ensign, NROTC (3,4); A.C.S. 

OWEN, RICHARD BARRY BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Floriculture; Floriculture Club 

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OWENS, NANCY FRANCES OAK PARK; B.S. in Home Economics Education; Seabury 

Foundation Student Council (2,4); lllini Christian Fellowship (1); Home Economics 
Club; Young Republicans Club 

PACE, JAMES RICHARD MATTESON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1,2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PAHIOW, RAIPH FRED HILLSIDE; Bachelor of Music; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, President (3) 



PAINTER, WAYNE JESSE WAUCONDA; B.S. in Journalism; SIGMA TAU GAMMA; Sigma 

Delta Chi; University Theatre Crew (1,2); WILL-TV (2,3,4); lllini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Alpha Epsilon Rho, President (4) 

PALCIAUSKAS, RAY JOSEPH CICERO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Honors Day (1, 2); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PAIUCH, STEPHEN GABRIEL CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; GRANADA CLUB; 

A. I. A.; Marketing Club; Wilson Junior College; Idaho State College; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



PANICAll, NATALINO CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NIETHEN; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PAO, HENRY CHUEN-HSIEN HONGKONG, CHINA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Sigma 

Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; A.! .E.E.-I .R.E.; Chinese Students Club; Honors Day (1, 2) 

PARK, JANE BERRY OTTAWA; B.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Star Course Manager (1); Terrapin (1); Honors Day (1) 



PARKS, RONALD DURHAM DECATUR; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; THETA CHI; Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council 

PARMELEE, RICHARD PAINE WASHINGTON, D. C; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi 

Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Honors Day (1) 

PARR, LONNIE FERON CHILLICOTHE; B.S. in L.A.S.; Men's Glee Club (3); Society for the 

Advancement of Management 



PARRISH, EDWARD BARTON METROPOLIS; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ALPHA CHI 

SIGMA; Wa-Na-See; McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4); First Lieut., Army 
ROTC (3, 4); Phalanx (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E. 

PARRY, EUGENE WALLACE ROCKFORD; B.S. in General Engineering; SIGMA PHI DELTA; 

Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton 

PATINO, GUSTAVO MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. 



PATTON, CATHERINE GAYNELLE CARBONDALE; B.S. 

Southern Illinois University 



Education; Kappa Delta Pi; 



PATTON, ROBERT SUNDIN JR WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Major, Air 

Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3); Society of American Military Engineers 
(3,4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club; Northwestern University 

PAUGH, FRANKLYN JOHN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S. 



PAULIUS, IRENA LIONGINA CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; LOWRY LODGE; Lituenica 

Students Club; German Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PAUIL, ADRIENNE SANDRA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; BUSEY HALL; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PAULSON, JOHN KARL CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; 

Campus Chest (1, 2, 3, 4); Military Ball Committee (2); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4), 
Arnold Air Society; Scabbard and Blade (3,4); A. I. A.; Honors Day (1) 



PAVIA, MARK ANTHONY CHICAGO, B.S. in L.A.S.; SIMPSON HALL; Camera Club; Roose- 
velt University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PAWULA, KENNETH JOHN CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; The lllio (4); North 

western University 

PAYNE, HAROLD CHESTER GREENVILLE; B.S. in Industrial Engmeering; A.F.S.; Green- 
ville College 



PEABODY, GEORGE HOWARD JR DEERFIELD; Bachelor of Architecture; Navy Pier Ex 

tension of the University of Illinois 

PEARSON, BETH MARGARET THORNTON; B.S. in Education; EVANS HALL; Thornton 

Junior College 

PEDEN, MERLE FRANCIS JR TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Food Technology; NEWMAN HALL; 

Capt., Air Force ROTC (3); Arnold Air Society (3); Honors Day (1, 4) 



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PEDOTE, MATTHEW ALFRED CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; NEWMAN HALL; Society 

for the Advancement of Management; Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

PEEK, LEVIN JASPER JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E.; Mathematics Club, President (2); Flying Club; Honors Day (1, 2); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

PERRY, JOHN SANTFORD MOLINE; B.S. in Electrical Engmeering; SIGMA PHI DELTA; 

mini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); House President (3); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); 
Arnold Air Society (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



PERSON, ETHEL ALMETA CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

W.A.A. (I, 2, 3); Seabury Foundation Student Council (3, 4); French Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association; Physical Education Majors Club; Pier lllini; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

PETEFISH, WILLIAM MARCELLUS JR VIRGINIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Illi-Knights; Illinois College 

PETERS, JOYCE MAUREEN MAYWOOD; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA DELTA PI; Shorter Board; 

Torch; The Daily lllini yl, 3, 4); lllini Union Committee (2); Committee on Student 
Discipline; WPGU; University of Missouri 



PETERSON, DAVID EDWIN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Finance; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma 

Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Basketball Manager (1, 2); Commerce Council 
(3); Finance Club; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

PETERSON, DEAN MASON MAYWOOD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; THETA XI; St. 

Pat's Ball Committee (3); A.S.M.E.; Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

PETERSON, GARY CHARLES ONEIDA; B.S. in Agriculture; BACHELOR ARMS; Alpha Zeta; 

Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 



PETERSON, JOHN VINCENT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; HOPKINS HOUSE; lllini Forensic 

Association; Young Democrals Club; Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

PETERSON, LEONARD ALGOT SKOKIE; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; Gar- 
goyle; Fine and Applied Arts Council (3); A. I. A.; Honors Day (1) 

PETERSON, SONJA RAGNHILD PLAINFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALLEN HALL; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Terrapin (2, 3, 4); Illinois Wesleyan University 



PETERSON, THOMAS EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FLAGG HOUSE; Alpha 

Phi Omega; University Chorus (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Wright Junior College; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PHAR, PHILIP ARTHUR MOUNT CARMEL; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Agri- 
cultural Council (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club, President (4) 

PHILBLAD, CHARLES LEONARD KNOXVILLE; B.S. in Industrial Administration; TWIN 

ESTATES; Alpha Kappa Psi; The Daily lllini (t); Lutheran Foundation Student Council 
(1,2); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Pershing Rifles (1,2); Phi Chi Eta (2,3,4); 
Society of American Military Engineers (1, 2); lllini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

PHILLIPS, JAMES EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing 

Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Young Republicans Club; Culver- 
Stockton College; Florida State University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

PHILLIPS, JOHN PATRICK CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; Sigma lota Epsilon; Honors 

Day (3); Wilson Junior College 

PICHIER, WILBERT JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy and Finance; NEWMAN HALL; 

Chi Gamma lota; Accountancy Club; Finance Club; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; 
Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (3); Northvi/estern University; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

PICKETT, ANNE CAROLYN RIVER FOREST; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Kappa Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee {2, 3); Campus Chest (2); Greek 
Week Committee (2); Panhellenic Ball Committee (2); Miami University 

PICKMAN, DEBRA LEE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of English; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (3); Hillel Foundation Student Council (2); North- 
ern Illinois University 

PIETSCH, JUDITH ANN BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Education; SHERWOOD LODGE; DePauw 

University 



PILIEN, WAYNE RAYNOR PRINCETON; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural 

Education Club 

PILSNER, RICHARD EUGENE CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; Finance Club; Marketing Club; 

Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PINKSTAFF, BILLY GENE LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; BRIARWOOD; lllini Cam- 
pus Amvets Post No. 202; Society for the Advancement of Management; Vincennes 
University 



PINNELl, BETHANYANNE PARIS; B.S. in Speech Correction; GAMMA PHI BETA; Zeta 

Phi Eta; lllini Union Council (2, 4); Bradley University 

PINNEY, DON OVID ROSEVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Alpha Zeta; 

Gamma Sigma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Committee ()); Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Agricultural Education Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Honors Day (I, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

PINZ, GEORGE JOHN EVANSTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton; 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Northwestern University; University of Tennessee 



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PIORKOWSKI, FRANCIS M CICERO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; HIini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202 

PIOTROWSKI, PHYLIIS CATHERINE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; EVANS HALL; 

mini Union Committee (4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Physical 
EcJucation Majors Club; Pier CheerleacJer; Student National Education Association; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PIOTROWSKI, RONALD STANLEY CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; 

Gargoyle; Honors Day (1) 



PIPER, MARY KATHRYN SHARON, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Home Economics; WESCOGA; 

House President (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (1); Home Economics Club 

PIPER, ROBERT NEIL OLNEY; B.S. in Music Education; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; Toma- 

hav^k; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (3, 4); Honors Day (3) 

PIPER, THOMAS CLAYTON SHARON, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Engineering Physics; TARA 

HALL; lllini Christian Fellovi'ship (2, 3); Second Lieut., Air Force ROTC (3); Arnold Air 
Society (3); Physics Society, President (4); Honors Day (2) 



PIRNAT, FERDINAND JOSEPH JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.F.-I.R.E. 

PITTMAN, RAYMOND JR DECATUR; B.S. in Civil Engineering; DELTA SIGMA PHI; Sigma 

Tau; Chi Epsilon; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (1, 3) 

PLUME, GATIS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois 



PLUTH, JOHN JR JOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.I.Ch.E, Presi- 
dent (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Joliet Junior College 

PODLIN, GERALD BERNARD CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; THETA KAPPA PHI; 

Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Executive Council (2); Intramural Manager (4) 



POLLACK, JERRY CHICAGO; B.S. i 

Sigma Delta Chi; WPGU (3, 4) 



Journalism; TAU EPSILON PHI; Alpha Eta Rho; 



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POIOMSKI, EDWARD ADAM DETROIT, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Industrial Education; Industrial 

Education Society; Society for the Advancement of Management 

POLTEROCK, JERROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; Ger- 
man Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

PONTIOUS, FRANK UNWIN GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Management; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; DePauw University; Wilson Junior College 



POPPER, RONALD JAY CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BARTON HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; German Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Honors Day (1) 

CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Finance Club; Rho 



PORGES, ROBERT . . 

Epsilon 

POSADA, ULDARICO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Sigma Tag; 

Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Colombian Students Club; University of the Andes 



POTTER, JESSICA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Speech Correction; ALPHA PHI; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Campus Chest (2); Freshman Council; Honors Day (I) 

POTTER, RICHARD P. . 

College 



PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Carthage 



POTTER, ROSS THOMAS MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA 

RHO CHI; Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee (3); Fine and Applied Arts Council (2) 



POUND, JOSEPH HOWSMAN SULLIVAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PRICE CLUB; House 

President (3); University Religious Council (3); Disciples Foundation Student Council 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Society of American Military Engineers; 
A.S.C.E. 

POWELL, DAVID FRANKLIN PEORIA; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA CHI; Delta Phi Alpha; Stu- 
dent Senate (2, 3); Basketball Manager (I); French Club; German Club, President (4); 
Spanish Club; Young Republicans Club 

PRASSE, CHARLENE ELLICE FORRESTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; MCKINLEY HALL; Seabury Founda 

tion Student Council (2, 3, 4); Elmhurst College 



PRATT, FREDERICK WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; lllini Campus Amvets Post 

No. 202; M.I.S.; Society for the Advancement of Management; Wilson Junior College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

PRILLAMAN, SUSAN NELL ROSSVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; Illinois Wesleyan University 

PROCTOR, PATRICIA STICKLER DANVILLE; B.S. in Speech Correction; WILL (2); LAS Coun- 
cil (2); Sno-Ball Committee (2); Danville Junior College 



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PROCTOR, WIIUAM HOWARD OAK PARK; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; PHI DELTA 

THETA; Denison University 

PROVART, RICHARD WAYNE DU QUOIN; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; DAS HAUS; 

House President (3); Agricultural Council (4); A.S.A.E., President (4) 

PUllMAN, BARBARA MARIA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL; Oratorio Society 

(3, 4); Orchesis (2); Terrapin (3); Seabury Foundation Student Council; French Club; 
Navy Pier Alumni Association; DePaul University; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

PUSANIK, ROBERT JOSEPH EASTCHESTER, NEW YORK; B.S. in Mining Engineering; 

M.I.S. 

PUTMAN, TERRY RALPH MOLINE; B.S. in Marketing; GARNER HOUSE; Marketing Club; 

Moline Community College 

QUERNS, PAUL EDWARD LOCKPORT, NEW YORK; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club 

QUINCI, PAULINE JEANETTE WOOD RIVER; B.S. in Journalism; BIRCH HALL; University 

Theatre Cast (2, 3, 4); W.A.A. (2); Young Democrats Club 

RADER, GERRY ANNA LOMBARD; B.S. in the Teaching of English; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; The lllio (2); Star Course Manager (2); Campus Chest 
(1,2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3,4); Freshman Council; llligreek (3); Honors 
Day (1,2) 

RAFFERTY, MARY KATHLEEN LAGRANGE; B.S. in Home Economics; VANLIG; Phi Upsilon 

Omicron; Westbrook Junior College 

RAPP, GRETCHEN ALMA BRADLEY; B.S. in Home Economics; ZETA TAU ALPHA; lllini 

Union Committee (1,2); Marketing Club 

RAYMOND, FRANK EDWARD EVANSTON; Bachelor of Architecture; PHI DELTA THETA; 

Scarab; Law/rence College 

REARDON, BARBARA EILEEN WAUKEGAN; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA GAMMA; Shorter 

Board; Torch; lllini Union Committee; Panhellenic Executive Council (1, 2, 3); House 
President (4); Freshman Week Committee (2); Honors Day (1) 

RECK, GENE PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S. ALPHA CHI SIGMA; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

Lambda Upsilon; Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

REDINGTON, KATHLEEN ANN GALENA; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA HOUSE; House 

President (4); S.N. I.E. (2); Newman Foundation Student Council (1,2,4) 

REDMON, CHARLES GANT JR COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Commerce; BETA THETA PI; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Sigma lota Ep- 
silon. President (3,4); The lllio (1,2,3), Business Manager (4); Y.M.C.A. Board of 
Directors (2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Accountancy Club; 
Junior Bar Association; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

REED, HELEN DOLORES SAN JOSE; B.S. in Home Economics; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; The lllio (1,2); Campus Chest (2,3); Wesley Foundation Student Council 
(2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Home Economics Club; Marketing Club 

REED, JAMES LEROY HULL; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI SIGMA EPSILON; Alpha Tau Alpha; 

House President (4); University Chorus (3); S.N.I.B. (3, 4); Agricultural Education 
Club, President (4); Western Illinois University 

REEDER, ANN J PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA DELTA DELTA; S.N.I.B. 

(2); Panhellenic Ball Committee (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Home Economics 
Club 

REES, THOMAS GRANT BRADFORD; B.S. in Marketing; DELTA UPSILON; The lllio (1); 

First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Marketing Club 

REEVES, SHARON GAIL CRETE; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; DELTA ZETA; Shi-Ai; Phi 

Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi; Society of Illustrators; The lllio 
(1); lllini Union Committee (1,2); University Theatre Crew (1); W.A.A. (1,2); Honors 
Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

REICIN, EDWARD EARL CHICAGO; Bachelor of Law; PI LAMBDA PHI; Phi Alpha Delta; 

Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Junior Bar Association; Marketing Club; Pier Band 
(1); Pier Chorus (1); Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

REIMAN, STEWART CHARLES WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI; B.S. in L.A.S. ; THETA XI; 

lllini Union Committee (3); Freshman Gymnastics Manager; Ensign, NROTC (4); 
Scabbard and Blade (4); I.A.S. 

REINSTEIN, PHILIP TILDEN EVANSTON; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON PHI; 

Accountancy Club 

REISSEN, JANET KAY BELLEVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Shi-Ai; The 

lllio (1,2); lllini Union Committee (1,2); Panhellenic Ball Committee 

REITER, JAMES ERWIN CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; KOINONIA; Forsite 

(2,3,4); Baptist Foundation Student Council (3), President (4); Landscape Architecture 
Society 

REITER, ROBERT CONRAD CHICAGO; B.S. in Physics; FLAGG HOUSE; A.I.Ch.E.; Honors 

Day (1, 2); Illinois Institute of Technology; Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

RENO, RALPH CARROLL JR EVANSTON; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Skull 

and Crescent; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (1,2) 

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REPS, CAROLE DIANE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; ROSEWOOD LODGE; lllini Forensic 

Association; Navy Pier Alumni Association; German Club; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

REVEIL, JOHN RALPH JR TOLONO; B.S. in Agriculture; ACACIA; Major Chairman lllini 

Union Committee (3); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Military Ball Committee (2); 
Hoof and Horn Club 

REWERTS, DAVID GEORGE ROCHELLE; B.S. in Industrial Education; BARTON HEIGHTS; 

Varsity Football Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Major, Army 
ROTC (3, 4); Flying Club; Industrial Education Society; Northern Illinois University 

RHINE, JEANNINE LORETTA CERES, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Journalism; GAMMA PHI 

BETA; The Daily lllini (t); The lllio (4); lllini Union Committee (2,3); Star Course 
Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2,3); llligreek (2,3); Pan- 
heitenic Ball Committee (2); Young Republicans Club 

RICH, SYMMA KITOVER CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; University Chorus (3); Honors Day 

(2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

RICHEY, JAMES MILTON III LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in L.A.S.; Missouri School of Mines; 

Roosevelt University 

RICHMAN, SANFORD CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; ZETA BETA TAU; Campus Chest (1); 

Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (1,2,3,4); Greek Week Committee 
(3); IM Rec Board (2); Major, Air Force ROTC (4); Finance Club; Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Young Democrats Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

RICKETTS, CHARLES JAMES OSWEGO; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Star and Scroll; 

Star Course Manager (1,2); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2,3); Fresh- 
man Varsity Football Squad; A.S.A.E. 

RILEY, STANLEY LE PERLE SHEFFIELD; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI SIGMA EPSILON; Uni- 
versity Chorus (3); Agricultural Education Club; lllini Sportsman's Club; Western 
Illinois University 

RINGSTROM, SONIA JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Omega Beta Pi; Young Democrats Club; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

RIPPY, LESTER GENE CARMI; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Alpha Zeta; 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
A.S.A.E.; Field and Furrow; Honors Day (I, 3) 

RITCHEY, JOHN EDGAR CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Food Technology; GRANADA CLUB, 

Honors Day (3) 

ROBB, IAN STEWART GLENVIEW; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; LOU-MAC LODGE; 

A.S.M.E.; Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

ROBERTSON, MARJORIE ALICE SANDOVAL; B.S. in Music Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Alpha Chron; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Sigma Alpha lota; Concert Band (1,2,3,4); University Orchestra (3,4); University 
Chorus (1); Disciples Foundation Student Council (1,2,3); Honors Day (1,2,3); 
University of lllmois Scholarship Key 

ROBINSON, SARAH ANNE EAST ALTON; B.S. in Business Administration; MCKINLEY 

HALL; Business Education Club; Marketing Club; Honors Day (3); Graceland College 

ROCKSTAD, MARY ANN PRINCETON; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS HALL; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha lota. President (4); University Choir (3, 4); University 
Chorus (1,2); Oratorio Society (3); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

RODDY, JOSEPH VINCENT CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN HALL; Accountancy 

Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Spanish Club; Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

ROESKE, JEROME DARMEN ALTON; B.S. in Accountancy; KAPPA SIGMA; Skull and 

Crescent; University Theatre Crew (1); House President (4); Men's Glee Club (1); 
Accountancy Club 

ROGERS, J. C. THOMAS JR URBANA; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; Young Republicans Club; Knox 

College 

ROLLER, EARL COOLLEY JR SIDELL; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club; Honors Day 

(1) 

ROLLINS, PATRICIA ANN EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Chemistry; BIRCH HALL; A.C.S.; 

Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ROOKER, BETTY KENYON ELGIN; B.S. in Education; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Honors Day (3); DePauw University 

ROOKER, HARRY LOVELIE ELGIN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Elgin Community 

College 

ROSE, JOAN CAROL KEWANEE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALLEN HALL; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Council (4); Home Economics Club; Northern 
Illinois University 

ROSEN, LOUIS EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma lota 

Epsilon; University Theatre Crew (4); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ROSEN, MICHAEL LEE INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; SIGMA 

ALPHA MU; A. I. A. 

ROSENBAUM, FRED JEROME WILMETTE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FLAGG HOUSE; 

Sigma Tau; Eta Kappj Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; WGPU (3), Engineering Supervisor (4); Pier 
Band (1), President (2); Pier Orchestra (1, 2); Navy Pior Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

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ROSENBERG, HAROLD SAMUEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; 

Navy Pier Alumni Association; French Club; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

ROSKO, JOHN KENNETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; BARTON HEIGHTS; Alpha Kappa 

Psi; House President (3); Military Ball Committee (2); Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); Phi 
Chi Eta (3,4); Society of American Military Engineers (1); A.S.C.E.; Finance Club; 
lllini Insurance Society; Navy Pier Alumni Association; MRHA Executive Council 
(3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ROSS, ROBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; TAU EPSILON PHI; Star and Scroll; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4); Freshman Week Committee (2) 

ROTH, JOHN MARTIN ASHLAND; B.S. in Agriculture; CLUB TOPPER; House President 

(1, 4); Agricultural Education Club; Field and Furrow; Honors Day (3) 

ROTH, MAURICE CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; FLAGG HOUSE; Marketing Club; WPGU 

ROWITZ, LOUIS CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; FLAGG HOUSE; University Religious Council 

(2); Hillel Foundation Student Council (1,2); Young Democrats Club; WPGU (2,3,4) 



ROWLEY, JUDITH ANNE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA KAPPA; Phi Alpha Theta; 

The lllio (2) 

ROZNAK, DONALD WILLIAM HINSDALE; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; Psi Chi; 

lllini Sportsman's Club 

RUBENSTEIN, RONALD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; ARMORY HOUSE; German Club; Prae- 
torians; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



RUCKER, LOIS lEE MOUNT VERNON; B.S. in Music Education; PI BETA PHI; Shorter 

Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Sigma Alpha lota; Star Course Manager (1,2,3); House Presi- 
dent (3,4); University Choir (1,2,3), President (4) 

RUCKMAN, DALE EUGENE XENIA; B.S. in Agriculture; NABOR HOUSE; Alpha Zeta; 

Alpha Tau Alpha, President (4); House President (3); Agricultural Council (2, 4); 
Agricultural Education Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Honors Day (1,2) 

RUOPP, HELEN ANN GLEN ELLYN; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA XI DELTA; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Young Republicans Club; Knox College 



RUPPERT, ALBERT LEO URBANA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA TAU; Phi 

Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; S.A.E.; St. Mary's 

RUSSELL, CHARLES BRADLEY CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; FLAGG HOUSE; A. I. A. 

RUSSELL, MARY JOANNA CROWN POINT, INDIANA; B.S. in Journalism; SHERWOOD 

LODGE; The Daily lllini (3, 4) 



RUTHERFORD, JANET FAYE VIRDEN; B.S. in Home Economics; STRATFORD HOUSE; 

Alpha Chron; Phi Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee (3, 4); University Theatre 
Cre«^ (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); University Baptist Foundation Student Council 
(3); All-Ag Field Day Committee (I); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Home Economics 
Club; Young Republicans Club 

RUTTENBERG, GAIL ELAINE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA PHI EPSILON; Major 

Chairman Dance lllini Union Committee (4); lllini Union Committee (1,2,3); Major 
Chairman Career Conference (4) 

RYAN, KEITH FRANCIS UTICA; B.S. in Journalism; NEWMAN HALL; Alpha Delta Sigma; 

Neviiman Foundation Student Council (4); Marketing Club; LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby 
Junior College 

RYAN, MARYHELEN CECILIA URBANA; B.S. in Recreation; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter; DePauw University 

SABO, JOHN HARTIY CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; A.S.C.E.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SAGADINE, ROBERT LEE . . 



WHEATON; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club 



SAGER, PATRICIA ANN COVINGTON, INDIANA; B.S. in Elementary Education; ZETA 

TAU ALPHA; Danville Junior College 

SALBEGO, DAVID ANTHONY LOCKPORT; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; THETA CHI; 

Engineering Council; St. Pat's Ball Committee; Ensign, NROTC (3, 4); Pershing Rifles 
(1, 2); A.F.S.; S.A.E. 

SALZWEDEl, NANCY VIERK LANSING; B.S. in Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin 



SAMS, HERSHEL WEST SALEM; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering 

SANDERMAN, MARVIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; GARNER HOUSE; Commerce 

Council (2); Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Commerce Club, Presi- 
dent (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SANDERS, GEORGE PAUL DOWNERS GROVE; Bachelor of Music; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; lllini Union Committee (4); Concert Band (1,2); Football 
Marching Band (2); Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3) 



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SAPP, BARBARA MAX PRINCETON; B.S. in Elementary Education; BUSEY HALL 

SARIAS, SOPHIE HAZEl CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Painting; BIRCH HALL; W.A.A. (1) 

SATHE, HEMANT TRIMBAK POONA, INDIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; COSMO- 
POLITAN; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Indian Student Club; A.F.S.; S.A.E.; University 
of Poona 

SATYR, IRA KOPEL CHICAGO; B.A. in Accountancy; FORBES HALL; Wilson Junior Col- 
lege; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SAUERMAN, JANICE GRACE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; CHI OMEGA; W.A.A. (3); Intra- 
mural Manager (2); Young Republicans Club 

SAUERWEIN, ANITA MARIE MARISSA; B.S. in Education; Millikin University 

SAUERWEIN, HARRY JR BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Gamma Tau, President (4); I.A.S.; 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

SAXE, ROGER lEE ALBION; B.S. in Agriculture; SHAWNEE HOUSE; McKendree College 

SCANION, ROBERT JEROME LA SALLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; PI KAPPA ALPHA 

SCANZONI, MARILYN ANN STAUNTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

mini Union Committee (1,2) 

SCHAACK, CAROL VIRGINIA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Lutheran Foundation Student Council (3, 4); North Park College 

SCHAFER, PAUL OAKLAND MALTA; B.S. in Agriculture; PARK LANE LODGE; House 

President (3); Northern Illinois State University 

SCHEIBLE, ROBERT EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Sanitary Engineering; FOUR COLUMNS; 

mini Union Committee (1,2); Newman Foundation Student Council (2); Freshman 
Week Committee (1,2); A.S.C.E.; Mu-San; Illinois Institute of Technology 

SCHELLER, BOBBY RAY MT. OLIVE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; MEDEA LODGE; Pi 

Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 

SCHEMMEL, BARBARA REUTER OAK PARK; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; ALLEN 

HALL; mini Union Committee (3); University Choir (3); Women's Glee Club (3,4); 
Young Republicans Club; Western Reserve University 

SCHERTIER, JOSEPH WALTER CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; Navy Pier Extension of the 

University of Illinois 

SCHERTLER, PAUL HUBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2); A.C.S.; 

German Club; N?vy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SCHERTZ, JAMES PAUL LOWPOINT; B.S. in Agriculture; Men's Glee Club (3, 4); Goshen 

College 

SCHILLER, VICTOR HUGO CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois; Northwestern University 

SCHIMMEL, JUDY R GALESBURG; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA EPSILON PHI; lllini Union 

Committee (3); University of Colorado 

SCHIUETER, SYLVIA JO REYNOLDS; B.S. in L.A.S.; BUSEY HALL 

SCHMAEDICK, BEVERLY ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; MCKINLEY HALL; Campus 

Chest (3); Accountancy Club; Home Economics Club; Marketing Club; Wright Junior 
College 

SCHMITT, CAROL JEAN RIVER FOREST; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

The lllio (1,2); lllini Union Committee (1,2); University Theatre Crew (1); W.A.A. 
Board (4); W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); Gamma Delta; Young Republicans Club 

SCHMITZ, RONALD PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; COLLEGE HALL; 

l.A.S. 

SCHNEIDER, JOHN MATTHEW COULTERVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta 

Pi; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton; Southern Illinois University 

SCHNEIDER, THOMAS EDWARD LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in Management; lllini Campus 

Amvets Post No. 202; Society for the Advancement of Management 

SCHNEIR, MICHAEL LEWIS CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Pre-Medicine; PHI EPSILON PI; Alpha 

Chi Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad 



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SCHNELL, ROGER EARL FRANKLIN GROVE; B.S. in Agriculture; NOBLE HOUSE; First 

Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Cub 

SCHNITZER, DAVID HAROLD CHICAGO; B.A. in Aeronautical Engineering; PHI SIGMA 

DELTA; Star and Scroll; I.A.S. 

SCHNOBRICH, MARY ELIZABETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; BIRCH HALL; Young 

Democrats Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



SCHOENEWEISS, WILMA RUTH GREENVIEW; B.S. in Home Economics Education; PRESBY 

HALL; Illinois State Normal University 

SCHOTT, EDMUND ADCOCK CAMERON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering 

SCHRADER, MARY LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA KAPPA; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee (1,2); S.N.I.B. (3,4); Orchesis (2); Home 
Economics Club 



SCKRODT, MERLE JOSEPH SULLIVAN; B.S. in Chemistry; WHITEHALL; Omega Beta Pi; 

House President (4) 

SCHUBERT, RICHARD GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PHI KAPPA; 

llligreek (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Wilson Junior College 

SCHUETZ, PETER FRANK CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; PHI KAPPA TAU; Pi Kappa 

Lambda; University Choir (3, 4); Men's Glee Club (3, 4); Oratorio Society (3, 4); 
Spring Musicals (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3); William & Mary College 



SCHUITZ, LOUISE M ESSEX; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; Gam- 
ma Alpha Chi; Society of Illustrators (3,4); House President (2); Honors Day (2) 

SCHULTZ, SUZANNE BERGERON MANTENO; B.S. in Home Economics Education; Phi Upsi- 
lon Omicron; Honors Day (1) 

SCHULTZ, WALTER JOSEPH WORTH; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; lllini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202; University of Alaska 



SCHUMAN, ALAN MERRILL SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S.; PI LAMBDA PHI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3); I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3); Aiumni Association Board (2); Social Work 
Club 

SCHUSTER, SANDY JEANNE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; Navy Pier Alumni Association; 

Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SCHWARTZ, FRANK GEORGE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Physical Education; Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe 

of lllini (2,3,4); Varsity Baseball Squad (2,3,4), Letter (2,3,4); Freshman Varsity 
Squad 



SCHWARTZ, HERBERT MILTON BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SCHWARTZ, SPENCER WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Commerce; TAU EPSILON PHI; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SCHWARZLOSE, RICHARD ALLEN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA KAPPA 

LAMBDA; Sigma Delta Chi 



SCHWEBKE, WILLIAM EARNEST CLARENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; GARNER 

HALL; Alpha Phi Omega, President (4); Society for tfie Advancement of Management 

SCIARINI, BEATRICE ANN MARSEILLES; B.S. in Education; ALLEN HALL; LaSalle-Peru- 

Oglesby Junior College 

SCOOFAKES, MARIA JANE PEORIA; B.S. in Journalism; BIRCH HALL; Shorter Board; 

Torch; The Daily lllini (1, 2, 3) 



SCOTT, GEORGE RUSSELL CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; Wright 

Junior College 

SCOTT, NANCY NORMAL; B.A. in the Teaching of English; PRESBY HALL; Grinnell 

College 

SECHREST, HENRY ARTHUR JR BRIDGEPORT; B.S. in Agriculture; University Theatre 

Crew (2); S.N.I.B. (3,4); WILL (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3,4) 



SEED, BARBARA ROBINSON; B.S. in Business Education; DELTA ZETA; University Theatre 

Cast (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (2); Business Education Club 

SEGALL, JOEL ALAN WOODMERE, NEW YORK; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA EPSILON PI; 

Alpha Delta Sigma; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Freshman Week Committee 
(3); Marketing Club; University of Toledo 

SEIBOLD, CHARLES FRED TUSCOLA; B.S. in Floriculture; S.N.I.B. (1,2,3,4); Agricultural 

Council (3, 4); Ensign, NROTC (3, 4); Navy Council (4); Floriculture Club, President 
(3,4) 



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SELLERS, ALWILDA ADELE BELVIDERE; B.S. in Recreation; PRESBY HALL; W.A.A. Board 

(2); W.A.A. (1,2); American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter; Physical 
Education Maiors Club 

SEMERDJIAN, LOUISA MAY CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; SHERWOOD LODGE; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (3); Thornton Junior College 

SENNEILO, LAWRENCE THOMAS NEW YORK, NEW YORK; B.S. in the Teaching of 

Chemistry; THETA KAPPA PHI; Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee (3); Military 
Ball Committee; Capt., Air Rorce ROTC (3, 4); French Club 

SERVIN, JORGE EDUARDO CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering 

SHAFFER, JOHN EUGENE ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in L.A.S.; CALHOUN HALL; Marketing 

Club 

SHANKLIN, ROGER WALTER TOLUCA; B.S. in Agriculture; SHAWNEE; House President (4) 

SHAPIRO, FRANCINE CAROL LINCOLNWOOD; B.A. in Education; ALLEN HALL; lllini 

Union Committee (2, 3); Student National Education Association; WPGU (3) 

SHAPIRO, MARCIA RITA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA PHI EPSILON; The Daily lllini 

(1); lllini Union Committee (1,2); University Chorus (3); Rifle and Pistol Club; Honors 
Day (2) 

SHARP, JAMES FRANKLIN CHESTER; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; THETA XI; lllini 

Union Committee (3, 4); Student Senate (3, 4); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold 
Air Society (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Southern Illinois University 

SHEA, JOHN BERNARD CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; Capt., 

Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Marketing Club 

SHELTON, MARY SUE OBLONG; B.S. in L.A.S.; BUSEY HALL; Freshman Council; Terrapin 

(1, 2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Young Democrats Club 

SHERIDAN, PETER JAMES BELLWOOD; B.S. in Management; Society for the Advancement 

of Management; Honors Day (2); Loyola University 

SHERMAN, GERALD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; PHI EPSILON PI; Star and Scroll; lllini 

Union Committee (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Ball Committee 
(2, 3); Honors Day (2, 3) 

SHERMAN, RICHARD JAMES ROUND LAKE; B.S. in Marketing; NOBLE HALL; Alpha Kappa 

Psi; House President (1); Marketing Club 

SHERMAN, SANDRA SUE KINGSTON; B.S. in L.A.S.; DELTA GAMMA 

SHIPKA, RONALD BRUCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; SIGMA PI; Skull and Crescent; 

Campus Chest (1); Major I (3,4); Tribe of lllini (3,4); Varsity Fencing Squad (2,3 4), 
Letter (3,4); Captain, Army ROTC (3,4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4); Marketing Club 

SHIPMAN, JUDITH ANN MUNDELEIN; B,S. in Home Economics; EVANS HALL; Spring 

Musical; Oberlin College 

SHIVELY, JAMES WILLIAM PEORIA; B.S. in Engineering; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Physics 

Society; Honors Day (2); Wabash College 

SHLENS, DIANE SCHWARTZ CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Kapoa Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Student National Education Association; 
Honors Day (1,2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SHOOK, ELEANOR KANKAKEE; B.S. in Accountancy; BETA HOUSE; Terrapin (1,2,3,4); 

Honors Day (2) 

SHUMAN, PAUL EDWARD SULLIVAN; B.S. in Agriculture; FARM HOUSE: S.N.I.B. (2 3); 

All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club 

SHURE, MYRNA BETH CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; SIGMA DELTA TAU; The Daily lllini 

(3); University Theatre Board (4); University of Colorado 

SHURTZ, MARY ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Shorter Board; lllini Union Committee (1,2); University Theatre Crev^^ (1); 
llligreek (2, 3), Editor (3) 

SIDOR, JOSEPH RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; GRANADA CLUB; Sigma 

Tau; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; I.T.E.; Honors Day (1,2); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

SIEBERT, MARY ELISE OKEMOS, MICHIGAN; B.A. in L.A.S.; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Shorter Board; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini (2, 3), Editor-in-Chief (4); lllini 
Union Committee (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordination 
Committee (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3); Carleton College 

SIEGERT, ROBERT FREDERICK PANA; B.S. in L.A.S.; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Skull and 

Croscent; Campus Chest (1); House President (4); lllini Sportsman's Club 

SIEPEL, WIILARD EARNEST TENNESSEE; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Y.M.C.A. Com- 

mittoi? (1); S.N.I.B. (3,4); Plow/boy Prom Committee (1,2,3); Sno-Ball Committee 
(2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow 

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SILVERMAN, PAULA LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS HALL; Sigma Alpha 

lota; University Chorus (1, 2, 3); Oratorio Society (3, 4) 

SIMAK, MARGARET LORRAINE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; BIRCH 

HALL; Phi Alpha Theta; Young Democrats Club; Alpha Lambda Delta, President (2); 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

SIMANTEL, MILTON EUGENE WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in Management; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; House President (4); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4) 



SIMON, KARL ANDREAS NABBURG, GERMANY; B.A. in L.A.S.; Y.M.C.A. Committee 

(1, 2, 3, 4); German Club; Junior Bar Association; Little United Nations; Association 
of International Students; Honors Day (1, 2) 

SIMPSON, MARILYN KAY WASHINGTON; B.S. m Elementary Education; LINCOLN AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Women's Glee Club (1); Student National Education Association 

SIMS, FERMAN WAYNE DANVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club; 

Field and Furrow; Junior Bar Association; Danville Junior College 



SINCLAIR, HAROLD RAYMOND JR EASTON; B.S. in Agriculture; TOANCO CLUB 

SISK, MARGARET ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mask and Bauble; Sigma Alpha 
lota; University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Cast (1,2,3); University 
Theatre Crew (1,2); Star Course Manager (1); University Choir (4); Women's Glee 
Club (1); WILL (1,2,3); Spring Musical (1,3); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 

SKARSHAUG, ROBERT EUGENE WHEATON; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; FORBES 

HOUSE; I.A.S.; Iowa State College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



SKLENICKA, ALICE MARIE BERWYN; B.S. in Education; BIRCH HALL; Kappa Delta Pi; 

WPGU; Honors Day (1, 3) 

SKOLNIK, BURT CHARLES CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI EPSILON PI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Junior Inferfraternity Council (I); LAS Council (3); Young Republicans Club 

SKUBISZ, JOSEPH MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL 



SLANE, KENNETH RAY MONICA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TOWN HOUSE; A.S.M.E. 

SLIDER, GAREE AYTON DECATUR; B.A. in L.A.S.; PHI GAMMA DELTA; Ma-Wan-Da; Star 

Course Manager (1, 2); Men's Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4) 

SlUTSKY, ETTABELIE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; EMON KAI TEON; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

W.A.A. (1,2,3); House President (2); Honors Day (I) 



SMITH, CLYDE URBANA; B.S. in Marketing; Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad; lllini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Marketing Club 

SMITH, DE ALTON JAMES ITASCA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; BARTON HALL; Sigma 

Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; IM Rec Board (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (3) 

SMITH, DONALD BYRON DOLTON; B.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics; Alpha Phi Omega; 

Thornton Junior College 



SMITH, DONALD EARL GENESEO; B.S. in Education; Rifle Team, Varsity Squad (2), Cap- 
tain (3); lllini Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4'; Industrial Education Society; Ritle and 
Pistol Club, President (3); Honors Day (1, 2); Illinois Institute of Technology 

SMITH, DONALD LEO PITTSFIELD; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; 907 CLUB; Sigma 

Tau; Tau Beta Pi; House President (3); Agricultural Council (2); A.S.A.E., President 
(4); Honors Day (2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

SMITH, GEORGE ARTHUR ALTON; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; PHI GAMMA DELTA; 

Board of Fraternity Affairs (4); interfraternity Executive Council (4, 5); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); IM Rec Board (5); Interfraternity Ball Committee (3,4) 



SMITH, GEORGE FRANKLIN EAST ALTON; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI; lllini Union Committee (I); Engineermg Council (2,4); A.I.Ch.E.; University of 
Colorado 

SMITH, JAMES LAWRENCE III KEWANEE; B.S. in Marketing; GARMEN; Business Educa- 
tion Club; lllini Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

SMITH, JUDITH SUZANNE URBANA; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Torch; lllini 

Union Committee (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Concert Band (1,2,3,4) 



SMITH, KAREN ELISABETH CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; WPGU (3,4); 

University of Colorado 

SMITH, MARI ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA ZETA; lllini Union 

Committee (1,2); Campus Chest (1); Student National Education Association 

SMITH, PHILIP FITHIAN; B.S. in Business Administration; Chi Gamma lota; Men's Glee 

Club (1); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (2,3) 






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SMITH, ROBERT BYRON TUSCOLA; Bachelor of Architecture; ACACIA; Scarab; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (2) 

SMITH, ROBERT RICHARD URBANA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Football Marching 

Band {2, 3); First Regimental Bancj (2, 3); S.A.E. 

SMITH, ROSS MILIER CRYSTAL LAKE; B.S. in Marketing; NOBLE HOUSE; Y.M.C.A, Com- 
mittee (2); House President (1, 4); Marketing Club; Honors Day (1. 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key 



SMITH, SAMUEL STEPHEN SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS; B.S. in Civil Engineering; BEAU'S 

CHATEAU; Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (1) 



in Accountancy; PRESBY HALL; Maryville 



SMITH, SYLVIA CAROLYN EVANSTON; B.S. 

College 

SMITH, TEDDY JOE DANVILLE; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; 

Men's Glee Club (2); llligreek (2); Danville Junior College 



SMITH, VIRGINIA MAY GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

The lllio (4); Monmouth College 

SNITOVSKY, NORMAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; Omega Beta Pi; Sigma Delta Chi; 

The Daily lllini (4); M.I. A. Executive Council; Pier Baseball Squad (1); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

SNOW, EDWIN FAWCETT MOLINE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; DELTA PHI; Wa-Na- 

See; Sachem; Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigm.a; Major Chairman Sheequon lllini Union 
Committee (3); lllini Union Committee (1,2); Interfraternity Executive Council (4); 
House President (3,4); Illinois Technograph (]); Phalanx (3,4); Society of American 
Military Engineers (3,4); A.S.M.E.; Young Republicans Club; Honors Day (1) 



SNOWDEN, DAVID LYNN GREENVILLE; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; Student 

National Education Association; Young Republicans Club; Greenville College 

SNYDER, JOYCE LYNNE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

University Theatre Cast (3, 4); House President (3); Navy Pier Alumni Association; 
Honors Day (1,2,3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SNYDER, RICHARD HANFORD VILLA PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TRIANGLE; 

Alpha Phi Omega; Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad; Concert Band (4); Football March- 
ing Band (1,2,3,4); First Regimental Band (1,2,3); Major, Army ROTC (3,4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 



SOGNEFEST, ANN CLAIRE BROADVIEW; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

Shorter Board; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre 
Crew (I, 2); Te.-rapin (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3) 

SOLOMON, ALVIN ARNOLD CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ARMORY 

HOUSE; Pi Tau Sigma; Illinois Technograph (3,4); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (1,2); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SOLOMON, SAMUEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; German 

Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Honors Day (1,2); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



SOMMERFELD, DONALD ALFRED SPRINGFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; BETA SIGMA PSI; Psi 

Chi; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); University Chorus (3); Oratorio Society (3); 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (4); lllini Christian Fellowship (3); Springfield 
Junior College 

SOMMERFELD, GAYLE ELAINE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); W.A.A. (2); Orchesis (2); 
Gamma Delta; Sociology Club; Calvin College 

SONNEMAKER, EARL HENRY TRIVOLl; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; The 

Daily lllini (1); University Theatre Crew (1); Oratorio Society (2); All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Cadet Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); 
Arnold Air Society (3); A.S.A.E.; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 




k/ikJ^^^ 




SONNEMAN, RONALD DAVID STERLING; B.S. in Management; First Lieut., Army ROTC 

(3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

SORENSEN, ALWIN HANS CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; TRIANGLE; Sigma Tau; 

Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; Honors Day (1); North Park Junior College 

SORENSEN, PATRICIA JOY CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; 

University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Student Senate (4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 




SPANGEMACHER, CONSTANCE MARY CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA XI 

DELTA; lllini Union Committee (2); University Theatre Crew (1,2); Campus Chest 
(1); Panhellenic Ball Committee (3) 

SPANGIER, ALAN PHELPS LOCKPORT; B.S. in Finance; Alpha Kappa Psi; Accountancy 

Club; lllini Insurance Society; Rho Epsilon; Honors Day (1) 

SPATZ, RONALD EDWARD CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Navy Pier Alumni 

Association; French Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



SPRAETZ, ROBERT ARNOLD ROCHELIE; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; Star 

and Scroll 

SPETH, ROBERT NEAL ST. CHARLES; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA PI; Omega Beta Pi; Fresh- 

rTian Council; Varsity Golf Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Golf Squad; Men's Glee 
Club (1,2,3,4); Spanish Club; LAS Council (3,4) 

SPRINKLING, RAY J NORIHCANE; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club; American 

Society for Public Administration; Society for ttic Advancement of Management; 
Young Republicans Club; Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 

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SPIVASTAVA, ONKAR SINGH HARDOI, UHAR PRADESH, INDIA; M.S. In Entomology 

SROKOWSKI, EDITH DIANE-JANIME HOMEWOOD; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; 

LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; Student National Education Association; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

SRONCE, MARY EILEN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; Springfield Junior 

College 



STABLEIN, RONALD DEAN GALESBURG; 

Club, President (4) 



in Business Education; Business Education 



STADWISER, J. BRUCE SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S.; FORBES HOUSE; Omega Beta Pi; German 

Club; Honors Day (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



STAINTON, LAURENCE PRESTON EVANSVILLE, INDIANA; B.F.A. 

tecture; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Forsite (3); Evansville College 



in Landscape Archi- 



STAKE, MARIJA AUDRONE CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemistry; ALLEN HALL; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Orchesis (1,2); German Club; Lithuanian Students Club; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



STAMER, PEGGY ANNE MC HENRY; B.S. 

Committee (3); Honors Day (2) 



L.A.S.; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; lllini Union 
STANDING, JOHN CHARLES EARLHAM; B.A. in L.A.S. 



STANEK, ROBERT JOHN CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; EVANS SCHOLARS; 

Freshman Week Committee (4); Pershing Rifles (1) 

STARK, FRED RICHARD MAGNOLIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; FLAGG HOUSE; Wa-Na-See; Phi Alpha 

Theta; M.I. A. Executive Council; Student Senate (2, 3); Rifle Team Varsity Squad; 
Freshman Varsity Track and Field Squad; University Religious Council; Wesley 
Foundation Student Council; lllini Christian Fellowship; Convocations Committee; 
French Club; Rifle and Pistol Club; Young Democrats Club; Honors Day (1,3) 

STARKEY, WIIBUR FREDERICK PERU; B.S. in Journalism; BACHELOR ARMS; Sigma Delta 

Chi; House President (3, 4) 



STARMANN, RICHARD DANIEL JOLIET; B.S. in Business Administration; THETA CHI; 

Sigma lota Epsilon; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

STARR, INA SUE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; LAUREL HOUSE; Shorter 

Board; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (3, 4); University Theatre Crevi^ 
(2); Student National Education Association; WPGU (3); Drake University 

STATHAM, RICHARD BRUCKNER CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI; B.S. in Engineering 

Physics; PI KAPPA ALPHA; Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad; Capt., Army ROTC 
(3, 4); Ordnance Club (4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 



STEARNS, JOHN WILLIAM THOMSON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.; 

Western State Teachers College 

STEEGE, JERRY WILLIAM BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; THETA CHI; 

Illinois Wesleyan University 

STEIDNER, NANCY LOU URBANA; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA DELTA 



STEIGER, ROGER WILBUR DELAVAN; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; All-Ag 

Field Day Committee (1,2,3,4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1,3,4); Hoof and Horn 
Club; Iowa State College 

STEIN, DAVID JEROME SIBLEY; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club; Field 

and Furrow; Finance Club; Hoof and Horn Club 

STEIN, ELAINE ROBERTA WESTCHESTER; B.S. in Speech Correction; ALLEN HALL; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; lllini Union Committee (1,2,3); University Theatre Crew 
(1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1,2) 



STEINBERG, BERNARD DAN CHICAGO; Bachelor of Music; Tomahawk; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia; Concert Band (1,2,3,4); Football Marching Band (1,2,3,4); University 
Orchestra (2,3,4); Praetorians; WPGU (1,2,3,4); Honors Day (2,3) 

STEINER, VICTOR IRA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S. ; PHI EPSILON PI 

STEJSKAL, JOSEPH RONALD CHICAGO; B.S. in Agriculture; COLONIAL MANOR; All-Ag 

Field Day Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club; Field and Furrow; lllini 
Sportsman's Club 



STEILMACH, ARTHUR THOMAS MELROSE PARK; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; TRI- 
ANGLE; Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Engineering Council (3), President (4); St. Pat's 
Ball Committee (3); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3); Honors 
Day (1, 2) 

STENCEL, JOHN EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FLAGG HOUSE; University Chorus; 

Men's Glee Club (3); WGPU; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

STEPAN, NANCY CLAIRE CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

The Daily lllini (3,4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Terrapin (1,2); Home Economics Club 



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STEPHAN, HERBERT PAUL MORTON GROVE; B.S. in Marketing; VAN DOREN HALL; Ag- 
ricultural Econoinics Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Marketing Club 

STERLING, ROGER MONTGOMERY BELLEVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Phi Chi Eta (3,4) 

STESKAL, THOMAS JOHN RIVER GROVE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; 

A.F.S.; Loras College 

STEVENS, FRANCES BOSTWICK BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Education; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Student National Education Association; Young Re- 
publicans Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

STIERNBERG, FREDETTE JO-ANN FRANKLIN PARK; B.S. in Home Economics; BUSEY 

HALL; Newman Foundation Student Council (4); Freshman Week Committee (3, 4); 
Home Economics Club; Roosevelt University 

STOLL, DONALD HAROLD MOUNT PULASKI; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; Honors 

Day (1) 

STORKMAN, ROBERT WILLIAM PERU; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; LOU-MAC LODGE; 

Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E., President (4); LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 

STRASMA, EDWARD JAMES OILMAN; B.S. in Accountancy; PI KAPPA ALPHA; Star and 

Scroll; Capt., Army ROTC (3,4) 

STRATTON, ELIZABETH SHARP MOLINE; B.S. in Elementary Education; WESCOGA; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); Orchesis (1); Seabury Foundation Student Council (2,3,4); 
Sociology Club; Honors Day (1); Moline Community College 

STRATTON, GEORGE SYDNEY SHABBONA; B.S. in L.A.S.; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (2); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); lllini Forensic Association; Young 
Republicans Club 

STREIBICH, ROGER RAYMOND PEORIA; B.S. in Marketing; LUNDGREN HALL; Marketing 

Club 

STRODE, SILAS EUGENE PEORIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA PHI DELTA; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (2); House President (3); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E., Presi- 
dent (4); Honors Day (1,2) 

STROHl, JOHN HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. m L.A.S.; PARK LANE LODGE; German Club; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

STROHM, JERRY LEE WEST UNION; B.S. in Agriculture; Freshman Varsity Track Squad; 

Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; lllini Sportsman's Club 

STRUGIELSKI, RONALD THADDEUS EVANSTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; KAMPUS 

KNIGHTS; House President (3, 4); A.S.C.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

STUDEBAKER, ROBERT KEITH ZION; B.S. in Agriculture; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 

202; Society for the Advancement of Management; Lake Forest College 

STUENKEL, MARION LILLIAN HINSDALE; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

Phi Upsllon Omicron; University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (3); Home Economics Club; Lyons Township Junior College 

STURHAHN, DAVID PAUL QUINCY; B.S. in Marketing; NEWMAN HALL; Marketing Club; 

Quincy College 

STURIES, NANCY ADELE CHAMPAIGN; B.A. in the Teaching of Spanish; ZETA TAU 

ALPHA; The lllio (1); Campus Chest (1); W.A.A. (I); Spanish Club; Millikin University 

STURM, RAYMOND DANIEL PALATINE; B.S. In Accoun'ancy 

STUSRUD, ROBERT WALTERS ROCKFORD; B.S. In Metallurgical Engineering; ZETA PSI; 

Skull and Crescent; Varsi*y Sw'mming Squad (2); Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad; 
Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); M.I.S. 

SUAREZ, ROSEMARY ANNE CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; Sigma Delta Pi; 

W.A.A. (1,2); Spanish Club; Pier Cheerleader; Honors Day (1); DePaul University; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

SUDBRING, ROBERT EDMUND COLLINSVILLE; Bachelor of Architecture; BETA SIGMA 

PSI; University Lutheran Foundation Student Council (2); A. I. A.; Gamma Delta 

SUGG, ROGER LEE POCAHONTAS; A.B. in L.A.S.; lllini Insurance Society; Junior Bar 

Association; Young Republicans Club; Greenville College 

SULLIVAN, ANASTACIA EILEEN SPRINGFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; ZETA TAU ALPHA; Millikin 

University 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM JAY JOLIET; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN HALL; Joliet Junior 

College 

SUMRALL, JEAN MARIE DANVILLE; B.S. in Recreation; PRESBY HALL; W.A.A. (1,2,3); 

I. U.S. A. Barberettes (2); McKinlcy Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); American 
Recreational Society U. cf I. Student Chapter 



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SUSKIN, GERALDINE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies; LAUREL HOUSE; 

The lllio (1); House President (4); University Chorus (I) 

SWAIN, NANCY ELIZABETH PEORIA; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Omicron Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; lllini 
Union Board (3, 4); Major Chairman Social Forums lllini Union Committee (2, 3); 
lllini Union Council (3,4); lllini Union Committee (1,2,3); Student Senate (3,4); 
Commitee on Student Affairs (4); Coordination Committee (3,4); llligreek (1,2); 
S.N. LB. (I); Home Economics Council (1,2,3); Home Economics Club; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

SWANSON, AlAN CLARENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; CHI PHI; Skull and Crescent; 

House President (4); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4) 

SWANSON, JAMES MARTIN BYRON; B.S. in Agriculture; PI KAPPA ALPHA; Dairy Pro- 
duction Club 

SWANSON, JOHN PAUL LEMONT; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; En- 
gineering Council (1); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Gamma Delta 

SWANSON, KARLA JANE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; FEHNER HOUSE; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois; Pier Band (1, 2) 



SWIFT, GEORGE WESLEY URBANA; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; DELTA UPSILON; 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Alpha Phi Omega; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate 
Players; University Theatre Manager (2,3,4); University Theatre Crew (1); Oratorio 
Society (1,2,3); University Theatre Board (4); A.S.A.E.; Young Republicans Club 

SWIKLE, NANCY JANE KANKAKEE; B.S. in Physical Education; DELTA ZETA; W.A.A. (1, 

2, 3, 4); House President (4); Terrapin (3); Physical Education Majors Club; Young 
Republicans Club 

SYKORA, LYIE EDWARD EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; ZETA PSI; Student Senate 

(3, 4) 



SYLVESTER, ALMA LOUISE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



German Club; Honors Day (1) 



SZYMANSKI, FREDERICK JOSEPH SOUTH RIVER, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Capt., Army ROTC (4); Ordnance Club (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E.; Rutger's University 

SZYSZKOWSKA, JOANNA CHRISTINE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; German Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



TANOUS, EDWARD JOSEPH VILLA GROVE; B.S. in Management; GARNER HOUSE; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Society for the Advancement of Management 

TANTILLO, ANTHONY JAMES CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; CONTINENTAL HOUSE; 

Scarab; A. I. A.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

TAPP, CHARLES CARROLL ALTON; B.S. in Recreation; American Recreational Society U. 

of 1. Student Chapter; Western Illinois State College; Shurtleff College 



TARADASH, CAROLE ANN HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA EP- 

SILON PHI; Student Senate (3); Floriculture Club; University of Miami 

TATER, RICHARD ALLEN AURORA; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; Star and 

Scroll; Scarab; lllini Union Committee (5); A. I. A.; Illinois Sportsman's Club 

TAYLOR, JUDITH ANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education; BUSEY HALL; McKinley Foundation 

Student Council (4); lllini Christian Fellov\/ship (2); Student National Education As- 
sociation; Blackburn College 

TAYLOR, LARRY KENT MATTOON; B.S. in Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing Club 

TAYLOR, ROGER KAY PARK FOREST; B.B. in L.A.S.; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Ma-Wan-Da; 

Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Tribe of lllini (2,3,4); Varsity Basketball Squad (2,3, 
4), Captain (4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad 

TEAGUE, DONALD DEANE VIENNA; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; CALHOUN HALL; 

M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3); House President (3); Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (3); Capt., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); I.A.S.; Rifle and Pistol Club; Young 
Democrats Club 

TEARJEN, VIRGINIA V CRETE; B.A. in L.A.S.; PI KAPPA SIGMA; The lllio (1); lllini 

Union Committee (2); University Theatre Crevir (1, 2); Spanish Club; Student National 
Education Association; Young Republicans Club 

TEEGARDEN, SUSAN MARGERY GLENCOE; B.S. in Journalism; DELTA GAMMA; Mortar 

Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; The 
Daily lllini (1, 2, 3); lllini Union Board, President (4); Major Chairman International 
Program lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union Council (3), President (4); lllini Union 
Committee (1, 2); Home Economics Council (3, 4); Marketing Club; Association of 
International Students (3, 4); Honors Day (1) 

TEMPIETON, MARK MILLER JR MARIETTA, OHIO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARMEN; 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; The lllio (1, 2, 3), 
Editor (4); House President (4); University Chorus (2); Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4); Mc- 
Kinley Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4); Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Scab- 
bard and Blade (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1, 3) 

TEPPER, EDWARD PAUL CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Commerce and Law; Phi Eta Sigma; Junior 

Bar Association; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

TERRY, WILLIAM FLOYD JR OAK PARK; B.S. in Management; THETA CHI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Ball Committee (3); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4) 

THEIN, KYAW MYA RANGOON, BLRMA; B.S. in Engineering Physics; COLLEGE HALL; 

University of Rangoon 



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THIEl, BERNARD JOSEPH ELGIN; B.S. in Marketing; BARTON HOUSE; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (4); Marketing Club 

THOMAS, CHARLES ROBERT PEKIN; B.S. in L.A.S.; ILUKNIGHTS; Y.M.C.A. Committee; 

French Club; Sociology Club 

THOMAS, STEPHEN PAUL EAST PEORIA; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Tomahawk; Student Senate (2, 3, 4); Committee on Student Affairs (4) 



THOMAS, WILLIAM FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI KAPPA; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (3); Accountancy Club; A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

THOMPSEN, DENNIS RUSSELL CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A.; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois 

THOMPSEN, MARI JO CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; W.G.S. Executive Council (3); Pier Play- 
house; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



THOMPSON, BERNARD GEORGE DES PLAINES; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; MEDEA l| 

LODGE; House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of ]),' 

Illinois 

THOMPSON, CYNTHIA DIANE ROBINSON; B.A. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Mask and Bauble; Psi Chi; University Theatre Manager (3, 4); Orchesis (2); Honors Day 
(2); Eastern Illinois University 

THOMPSON, FLORENCE AINO CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; University Theatre Crew (1, 2); French Club; 
Honors Day (t, 2) 



THOMPSON, FRANK EDWARD ATWOOD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Tau 

Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (1,2,3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) 

THOMPSON, NANCY LORRAINE VILLA PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; ALLEN HALL; Shorter 

Board; Sigma lota Epsilon; lllini Union Committee (3); W.G.S. Executive Council (4); 
House President (4); Sno-Ball Committee (3); Carleton College 

THOMPSON, PAUL FREDERICK II BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Marketing; NOBLE HOUSE; 

Tomahawk; Major, Army ROTC (3, 4); Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4); Society of American 
Military Engineers {1} 



THORNBERRY, ROBERT HIIBOLDT CAIRO; B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture; BETA SIGMA 

PSI; Phi Eta Sigma; Forsite (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2) 

THORPE, PRISCIILA AGNES HINSDALE; B.A. in L.A.S. ; EVANS HALL; Shi-Ai; Phi Kappa 

Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; lllini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Cast (I); University Theatre Crew (1); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

TIGAN, PHILIP WAYNE ROCHELLE; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN HALL; Alpha Phi 

Omega, President (4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (4); Second Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); 
Accountancy Club 



TIMMER, HENRY GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Sigma 

Tau; Sigma Gamma Tau; I.A.S. 

TISON, DYCUS L ELDORADO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

TOBIAS, ALLAN DAVID PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; ZETA BETA TAU; Campus Chest (1); Major 

I (4); Student Senate (4); Tribe of lllini (4); Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; Track 
Manager {1, 2); Senior Wrestling Manager; Junior Wrestling Manager; Athletic Council 
(4); Spanish Club; Young Democrats Club; Young Republicans Club; Bradley University 



TODD, DONALD JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; CHI PSI; Accountancy Club; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

TOTH, ANDREW MICHAEL SOUTH BEND, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Scarab; Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3); Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad 

TOWNSEND, RUTH MILDRED CLARENDON HILLS; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

HOUSE; lllini Union Committee (3); University Theatre Crew (3); W.A.A. (3, 4); Earl- 
ham College 



TRACHTENBERG, CAROL JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; EVANS HALL; Honors Day 

{!); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

TRAXLER, DALE DWAYNE ATWOOD; B.S. in Accountancy; Alpha Kappa Psi; Concert Band 

(3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (1, 2); Accountancy 
Club 

TRUMMEL, EDWIN DEAN OAKLEY; B.S. in Dairy Technology; Dairy Technology Society 





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TRUMMEL, JUDITH EILEEN YORKVILLE; B.A. in L.A.S.; CONCORDIA; University of Colorado 

TULIOCK, JANICE lOREETA DUBUQUE, IOWA; B.S. in Home Economics; SIGMA SIGMA 

SIGMA; Phi Upsilon Omicron; The Daily lllini (3, 4); lllini Union Committee (3, 4); 
Home Economics Club; Student National Education Association; Southern Illinois 
University 

TUNG, THOMAS VAN CHANG HONGKONG, CHINA; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

ACS.; A.I.Ch.E.; Chinese Students Club; Little United Nations 



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TUNIK, JOYCE ELAINE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key 

TUREK, JEROME ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; HOPKINS HOUSE; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Loras College 

TURLEY, ALFRED GERALD DAWSON; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics Club; 

Western Illinois University 



TUTTLE, WILLIAM CHARLES BARRINGTON; B.S. in General Engineering; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; Sachem; The Daily lllini (1); University Theatre Cast (I); House President 
(3); Freshman Council (1); WILL (2); Greek Week Committee (2); Second Lieut., Army 
ROTC (3, 4); Society of American Military Engineers (3); A.S.M.E. 

UCHIDA, TADASHI CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ULM, RONALD JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; NEWMAN HALL; Omega Beta Pi; 

Freshman Fencing Manager; Newman Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3), President 
(4); lllini Forensic Association; Society for the Advancement of Management 



UNDERWOOD, SANDRA LEE PEORIA; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Mortar 

Board; Shi-Ai; Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; Campus Chest (1); Student Senate 
(1,2,3,4); Committee on Student Affairs (4); Freshman Council; Senior Announce- 
ments Committee (3); Honors Day (1,3) 

UNGER, STEFAN ALFRED CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; Ray Vogue Academy of 

Arts; Wilson Junior College; Chicago Academy of Fine Arts; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

URBAN, ANDREW III CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Chemistry; 907 CLUB; Alpha Chi Sigma; 

Alpha Phi Omega; A.C.S.; Marketing Club; Young Republicans Club; Thornton Junior 
College 

UTZ, GEORGE JACOB CICERO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; SIGMA PI; Tribe of lllini (2, 

3, 4); Varsity Football Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Football 
Squad; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4) 

VANCE, RICHARD ALLEN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Marketing; DELTA SIGMA PHI; Star and 

Scroll; Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing Club; Honors Day (3) 

VAN CURA, NANCY JO BROADVIEW; B.S. in L.A.S.; BIRCH HALL; University Chorus (4); 

Navy Pier Alumni Association; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); German Club; Student National 

Education Association; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



VANDERHULST, LEE DOUGLAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; NOBLE HOUSE; Tomahawk; 

Alpha Delta Sigma; M.l.A. Executive Council (I, 2); Seabury Foundation Student 
Council (1,2); Young Republicans Club; MRHA Executive Council (3,4); Wright 
Junior College; Roosevelt University 

VANDERSTRAETEN, ROBERT GEORGE WOODSTOCK; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club 

VAN DOREN, KAREN ELMHURST; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Theta Sigma 

Phi; University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Cast (1); University Theatre 
Crew (1, 2); W.A.A. (1, 2); WILL (2); Young Democrats Club; WPGU; Honors Day (3) 



VANDVEER, DAVID JOSEPH SPRINGFIELD; B.A. in L.A.S.; Spanish Club; Springfield 

junior College 

VANECKO, JOSEPH ANDREW CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A.; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

VAN NATTA, RAYMOND EDWARD JR HINSDALE; B.S. in Journalism; ARMORY HOUSE; 

Sigma Delta Chi; University Theatre Crew (4); WILL-TV (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



VARNER, THOMAS HARRY ALEDO; B.S. in Accountancy; THETA KAPPA PHI; Star and 

Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; University Theatre Cast (2); Newman Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (2); Freshman Week Committee (3); Accountancy Club; Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

VEGA, DARIO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; BROWERY; Colombian 

Students Club; Marietta College 

VERMAAT, FRANK JR AURORA; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA CHI; Beta Alpha Psi; Ac- 
countancy Club; Honor's Day (1, 2) 



VERMEUIEN, ROBERT LAWRENCE EAST MOLINE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Moline Community College 

VIERK, THOMAS ERWIN LANSING; B.S. in Marketing; Freshman Varsity Football Squad; 

Marketing Club 

VIRDEN, NORMAN LEE RAMSEY; B.S. in Agriculture; MARKLAND; Baptist Foundation 

Student Council (4), President (3); lllini Christian Fellowship (4); Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club; Agricultural Education Club 



VIRGIL, GEORGE RANDIS DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in L.A.S.; ACACIA; The Daily lllini (4); 

The lllio (4); University Theatre Crew (4); llligreek (3); A.C.S.; Pier Track Squad (1, 2); 
Pier Basketball Squad (1, 2); Pier lllini (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

VISH, YVONNE FRANCES CICERO; B.S. in Education; ALLEN HALL; University Theatre 

Crew (4); Morton Junior College; Northwestern University 

VLASAK, FLOYD JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; PARK LANE LODGE; 

Committee on Student Discipline (3); A.I.Ch.E.; German Club; Honors Day (1); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

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VOEIPEI, JOHN WALTER PEORIA; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); 
Coordination Committee (4); Oratorio Society (1, 2); Concert and Entertainment Board 
(4) 

VOELPEL, lOIS GRANT PEORIA; B.S. in Home Economics; CHI OMEGA; Shorter Board; 

Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Star Course Manager (I, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2); University Choir (1); Oratorio Society (I); Spring Musical (1, 2) 

VON BEHREN, KENNETH lEE STRASBURG; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; 

Accountancy Club; Gamma Delta; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key 

VON LANKEN, ERVIN GENE TUSCOLA; B.S. in Agriculture; COLONIAL MANOR; All-Ag 

Field Day Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club; Field and Furrow; lllini Sports- 
man's Club 

VOY, PHYLIIS GARNA CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Theta Sigma Phi; lllini Union Committee (2); Delta Sigma Omicron; Honors Day (1, 2) 

VOYLES, JUDITH ANN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; CHI OMEGA; 

lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Campus Chest (1); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (1) 

WAALER, MARGARET HALLET CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; University Theatre Crew (2, 4); 

Young Republicans Club; Pier lllini; Navy Pier Extension ot the University of Illinois 

WADE, DAVID CLARK GRIGGSVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Tau Beta Pi; Pi fau Sigma; House President [4): A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (3); 
University of Colorado 

WAGNER, GRACE MARGARET CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; EVANS HALL; Honors Day (2) 

WAKEFIELD, ELIZABETH JANE CLARENDON HILLS; B.A. in L.A.S.; WALNUT HALL; 

Honors Day (3); Denison University 

WALKER, BARBARA ANN DES PLAINES; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Terrapin 

(1, 2, 3), President (4) 

WALKER, CAROL ANN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in the Teaching of English; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Shi-Ai; Star Course Manager (1, 2); House President (4); Committee on Stu- 
oent uibcipiine i2, j, 4); University Choir J); uratono Society jl); Spring Musicals; 
Honors Day (2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

WALKER, DONALD LEE YORKVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3); WILL (4); Freshman Week Committee (3); Capt., 
Army ROIC (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Honors Day (I) 

WALKER, HOWARD RUSSELL LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in Journalism; FLAGG HOUSE; Capt., 

Army RUIC (3, 4); Phalanx (3), President (4); Society ot American Military Engineers 

(2, 3) 

WALKER, RICHARD MARTIN ELMHURST; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; 

Honors Day (1) 



WALKER, SCOTT BAIRD BYRON; B.S. in Journalism; SIGMA NU; lllini Union Committee 

(1, 2); Campus Chest (2); Interfraternity Executive Council (2); Oratorio Society (), 2); 
WILL (3, 4); Lieut. Col., Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Air Force Council (4); Armed Forces 
Council (4j; wrnold Air Society (j, 4); Scabbard and Blade (4) 

WALL, MARSHALL WAYNESBURG, KENTUCKY; B.S. In L.A.S.; Berea College 

WALLACE, JILL SHELBYVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Ihe lllio (2, 3); University Iheatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 



WALLDEN, ERIC GUNNARD PEORIA; B.S. in Management; KAPPA DELTA RHO; Freshman 

Varsity Wrestling Squad; Intramural Manager (2,3); IM Rec Board (3); First Lieut., 
Army RO fC (3, 4); Infantry Club (3); Accountancy Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

WALLING, DEAN DALE STREATOR; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; CONTINENTAL HOUSE; 

Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (3); Saint Ambrose College 

WALTER, RICHARD ELMER LAKEWOOD; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Alpha Zeta; Y.M. 

C.A. Committee (1, 2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3, 4); Sno-Ball Committee (3); 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 



WALTERS, MARGARET REDGWICK WILMETTE; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA 

PHI; lllini Union Committee (I); Honors Day (1) 

WALTERS, MICHAEL HAMER ALTON; B.S. in L.A.S. ; SIGMA CHI; Interfraternity Ball 

Committee (3); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (1) 

WALTHER, HAROLD WILLIAM BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Management; Alpha Kappa Psi; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; Lyons Township Junior College 



WANG, STEPHEN SUI-KUAN TAINAN, FORMOSA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Chinese 

Students Club; Taiwan College of Engineering 



WARD, DONALD NORMAN 

kin University 



RANSOM; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Mil 



WARD, ROBERT ERWIN ... . MONROE CENTER; B.S. in Agriculture; HOPKINS HALL; House 
President {3}; Valparaiso University; Northern Illinois State University 



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WARNER, NANCY JEAN CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BUSEY HALL; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

WATKINS, BARBARA NAUDAIN DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S.; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

Mortar Board, President (4); Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, President (2); Sigma Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee (2); Star Course 
Manager (1); Panhellenic Executive Council (2, 3); House President (3, 4); Freshman 
Council (1); McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Little International Horse 
Show Queen (2); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

WATKINS, ROY JOE HOOPESTON; B.S. in Marketing; CONTINENTAL HOUSE; Sigma lota 

Epsilon; lllini Union Committee (2); Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 

WAX, PEGGY ANNE MT. PROSPECT; B.S. in L.A.S.; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; University 

Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); Orchesis (1); Greek Week Committee (3); Social 
Work Club 

WEAVER, GAYIORD WAYNE COLCHESTER; B.S. in Agriculture; Dairy Production Club; 

Western Illinois University 

WEBB, STEPHEN RICHARD URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA PI; Wa-Na-See; University 

Theatre Cast f3); University Theatre Crew (3); Varsity Fencing Squad (3, 4); Men's Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3), President (4); Spring Musical (2, 3); Honors Day (1) 

WEBER, ROBERT FREDERICK CHAPIN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TOWN HOUSE; 

House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton 

WEEDEN, JACQUELINE ALICE URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S. 

WEEKS, JAMES WILIARD BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing 

Club (4); St. Joseph's College 

WEHNER, MARY MACK KINGS; B.S. in the Teaching of English; ALPHA HOUSE; Torch; 

Alpha Chron; Women's Glee Club (1, 2); Wesley Foundation Student Council (2) 

WEHRMEISTER. DIANE RUTH FRANKLIN PARK; B.S. in Education; ALLEN HALL; Terrapin 

(3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

WEIBY, DONALD KENNETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

I.A.S.; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

WEIHl, DONALD ElMER BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Commerce and Law; DELTA PHI; Accountancy 

Club; lllini Insurance Society; Junior Bar Association; Honors Day (1) 

WEINBERG, RICHARD ALAN NEW YORK, NEW YORK; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; 

House President (2); Capt., Army ROTC (3, 4); Honors Day (I) 

WEISENBURGER. RAY BRADLEY MILLINGTON; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; A. I. A. 

WEISS, LOUIS ARTHUR CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A. I. A.; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois 

WEISTART, HENRY BARTH MINONK; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club; Society for 

the Advancement of Management; Young Democrats Club 

WEILEK, MARK AlAN AURORA; B.S. in L.A.S. ; PHI EPSILON PI; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega 

Beta Pi; Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Dolphins (1); 
Young Democrats Club; WPGU (1,2); Honors Day (1) 

WEllENKOTTER, CARl ALFRED NEW ATHENS; B.S. in Mechanical Enginering; MOORE 

HALL; House President (4); S.A.E.; Southern Illinois University 

WELLS, BARBARA BAILEY CHAMPAIGN; B.A. in L.A.S.; University of Denver 

WENZEl, ROBERT JOHN KINGSTON: B.S. in l.A.S. 

WERTHEIM, JENNY lYND ATLANTA; B.S. in Music Education; KAPPA DELTA; Shorter 

Board; Shi-Ai; Sigma Alpha lota; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(2); University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); University Chorus (4); Women's Glee Club (1, 2), 
President (3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (3, 4); Disciple's Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 
3, 4); Concert and Entertainment Board (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3) 

WESOLOSKI, DONALD FRANCIS WILMINGTON; B.S. in Agriculture; BRIARWOOD HALL; 

House President (4); S.N.I.B. (4); Agricultural Economics Club; Young Republicans 
Club; Joliet Junior College 

WESSELMAN, JAMES LEROY PETERSBURG; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E.; 

S.A.E.; University of Houston 

WEST, LARRY LEE CLINTON; B.S. in Agriculture; Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Sno-Ball 

Committee (3); Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club; Field and Furrow 

WEST, LEE DUVALL HARTSBURG; B.S. in Agriculture; FARMHOUSE; Alpha Tau Alpha; 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); S.N.I.B. (1,2); Agricultural Education Club; Dairy Technology 
Society; Field and Furrow 

WEST, SANDRA RHODES ... . FARMER CiTY; B.S. in Education; Alpha Chron; Kappa Delta Pi; 
First Regimental Band (1); Seabury Foundation (1,2) 



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WESTERGREN, RICHARD ANTON CHESTERTON, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture- 

A. I. A. 

WEXLER, ROBERT BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; CAGLE HALL; Accountancy 

Club; WPGU ^ 

WHAM, FRED LOUIS III CENTRALIA; B.S, in Marketing; PHI DELTA THETA; Interfratermty 

Executive Council; First Lieut,, Army ROTC (3, 4); Marketing Club; University of 
Florida 

WHITE, DONNA JONES AURORA; B,S. in Secretarial Training 

WHITE, RICHARD STILIMAN CHICAGO; B,S, in Aeronautical Engineering 

WHITESIDE, PHILIP ELRAY WELDON; B.S. in Industrial Administration; A.S.M.E.; Illi- 

Knights; Society for the Advancement of Management 




WHITMORE, DONALD CURTIS WHEATON; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA CHI RHO; 

First Lieut., Army ROTC (3,4); Phalanx (3); Honors Day (I) 

WHITTAKER, LORIN DIXON JR PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA CHI; Wa-Na-See; Omega 

Beta Pi; House President (3); Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Varsity Swimming Squad 
(2,3,4), Captain (4), Letter (2,3,4); Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad (1); Dolphins 
{1, 2, 3, 4); Hawaii Club 

WHITTEN, MILES KENT HAVANA; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA PI; Men's Glee Club (1,2,3,4) 



WIEMER, BRUCE BOYD DELAVAN; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES HOUSE; Accountancy 

Club; Delta Sigma Omicron; Society for the Advancement of Management 

WIENER, ALAN M CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; ALPHA EPSILON PI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (2); 
House President (3, 4); Hillel Foundation Student Council (1); Freshman Week Com- 
mitte (3); Air Force Council (1,2,3,4); Accountancy Club; French Club, Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

WIKER, RONALD KUHN BERKELEY; B.S. in Management; Engineering Council (4); M^r 

keting Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Wright Junior College; 
Illinois State Normal University 

WILEY, NEIL EDWARD PALOS HEIGHTS; B.S. in Marketing; THETA DELTA CHI; House 

President (4); Football Marching Band (1,2,3,4); First Regimental Band (1,2,3,4); 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management 

WILFORD, BARBARA ANN OAK PARK; B.S. in Management; SIGMA KAPPA; Shorter 

Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2,3.4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
lllini Christian Fellowship (1,2.3,4); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 
(2, 3, 4); Major, Air Force ROTC (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Flying Club; Honors 
Day (1) 

WILKE, DAVID EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; BARTON HOUSE; Sigma Delta 

Chi; lllini Union Committee (4); Campus Chest (3); University Chorus (3); Navy Pier 
Alumni Association; Spanish Club; Spring Musical (3); Pier lllini; Navy Pier Extei- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

WILKIN, WILLIAM CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; GARNER HOUSE; Account- 
ancy Club; Honors Day (1,3) 

WILLARD, DONALD BRUCE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; GARNER HOUSE; Universitv 

Theatre Crew (3); Canterbury Foundation Student Council (3); LAS Council (4); 
Floriculture Club; Horticulture Club; Philosophy Discussion Club 

WIILEM, RAYMOND ALFRED CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ARMORY 

HOUSE; A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



WILLER, ERNEST MILES CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

WILIHITE, GEORGE WENDELL CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; FLAGG HOUSE; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lllini (3, 4); House President (4); Student Senate 
(4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Pier lllini. Editor; Honors Day (1,2); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

WILLIAMS, JOHN PORTER SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.; FORBES HOUSE 



WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE GRAHAM JR WILMETTE; Bachelor of Architecture; SIGMA PL- 
Scarab; Lieut. Col., Army ROTC (4); Armed Forces Council (4); lllini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 

WILLIAMS, NANCY JO ALBION; B.S. in Music Education; PRESBY HALL; Mortar Board; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon, President 
(4); University Chorus (1); Oratorio Society (2); Orchesis (2); McKinley Foundation 
Student Council (2,3,4); Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 
(3) 

WILLIAMSON, JAMES RAY JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in Agriculture; PHI KAPPA TAU; Wa- 
Na-See; lllini Union Committee (1); Maior I (2,3,4); Tribe of lllini (2,3,4); Varsity 
Fencing Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4), Captain (4); Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad; 
Military Ball Committee (1,2); Ensign, NROTC |3, 4); Navy Council (4); Trident 
(3, 4); Agricultural Education Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Scimitar 

WILLIAMSON, JOHN HOLLAND DANVILLE; B.S. in Economics; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

Agricultural Economics Club; lllini Sportsman's Club 

WILLIAMSON, JULIA JO DANVILLE; B.F.A. in Painting; DELTA GAMMA; Society of lllus- 

tr.itors; Terrapin (1,2) 

WILLOCK, ARLAN DEAN MASON CITY; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA SIGMA PI; Phi 

Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 



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WILMOT, lYMAN JOHN WAUKEGAN; B.S. in L.A.S.; Tomahawk; lllini Union Committee 

(1); Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); Pershing Rifles ;i,2, 3, 4); Society of American Mili- 
tary Engineers (3); Young Republicans Club; Honors Day (1) 

WIISON, MARILYN JUNE SHELBYVILLE; B.S. in Education; PI BETA PHI; James Millikin 

University 

WINELAND, GENE KENT FLORA; B.S. in Mining Engineering; PHI DELTA THETA; Ma- 
Wan-Da; The lllio (1); Y.M.C.A. BoarcJ of Directors (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1,2); House President (4); Tribe of lllini (4); Freshman Varsity 
Baseball Squad; Basketball Manager (1,2,3); Senior Basketball Manager; Athletic 
Council (4); First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); M.I.S. 

WINELAND, SYLVIA JANE HAMBURG; B.S. in Home Economics Education; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Omicron Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Second Regimental 
Band (1); S.N. LB. (2); Wesley Foundation Student Council (2); Home Economics 
Club; Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

WINET, HOWARD LAKEWOOD, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in L.A.S.; BARTON HEIGHTS; Campus 

Chest (3); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Student National Education Association; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Pier Track Squad (1); Pier Cross 
Country Squad (1,2), Letter (2); Pier Choir (3) 

WINK, GEORGE RAYMOND VILLA PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

WINKLER, CHARLES DAVID CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I. A.; Wright Junior 

College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

WINNICK, GERALD HOWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; NOBLE HOUSE; Sigma Delta 

Chi; lllini Union Committee (3); WILL (3, 4); Sno-Ball Committee (3); Young Demo- 
crats Club; WPGU; Pier Band, Pier Playhouse; German Club; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 

WINTERGERST, PHILLIP WAYNE ELGIN; B.S. in Music Education; COLONIAL MANOR; 

University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Oratorio Society (1, 2); Honors Day (4) 



WIRTH, CHARLES MARTIN WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; 

ALPHA RHO CHI; Wa-Na-See; Star and Scroll; Society of Illustrators; lllini Union 
Committee (3); Cheerleader (3), Head Cheerleader (4); Military Ball Committee (3); 
Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Wisconsin State College 

WIRTH, DAVID GRIFFITH JR JOLIET; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; Keramos; A.C.S.; Honors 

Day (1, 2) 

WIRTH, DON JOSEPH MOUNT CARMEL; B.S. in Recreation; ZETA PSI; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1); American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter, President (4); 
Physical Education Majors Club; Newman Foundation Student Council (1,4) 



WISSMILLER, DENNIS NEIL BLOOMINGTON; B.A. in Agriculture; Agricultural Economics 

Club; Field and Furrow; lllini Sportsman's Club 

WISSMILLER, WILLIAM LOUIS GIBSON CITY; B.S. in Agriculture; Chi Gamma lota; Field 

and Furrow; Honors Day (1) 

WOLD, BETTY CAROLYN GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Journalism; ALPHA DELTA PI; Theta Sigma 

Phi; The lllio (I, 2); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); W.A.A. 
(I, 2); llligreek (2, 3), Editor (4); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Honors Day (3) 



WOLFF, JAMES WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; SIGMA TAU GAMMA; 

Concert Band (1, 2); Engineering Council (4); Wright Junior College; DePaul Univer- 
sity; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

WOLOCHUK, ARNOLD CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; BARTON HOUSE; Wright Junior College; 

Illinois Wesleyan University 

WOLVEN, CHARLES LOUIS ST. ANNE; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; ACACIA; Tau Beta 

Pi; Second Regimental Band (2); Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); A.I.Ch.E.; Honors Day 
(2, 3): Purdue University 



WOLZ, PRISCILLA FISHER CHICAGO; B.S. in the Teaching of English; ALPHA PHI; The 

Daily lllini (2); lllini Union Committee (1); Campus Chest (3); Panhellenic-W.G.S. Co- 
ordinating Committee (3); Honors Day (1) 

WRIGHT, RONALD TODD ELKHART, INDIANA; B.S. in L.A.S.; ACACIA; Major Chairman 

Tournaments lllini Union Committee (2); lllini Union Committee (1, 2); University 
Theatre Crew (1, 2); Senior Fencing Manager; Fencing Manager (3) 

WRIGHT, THOMAS EDWARD III BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS; M.S. in Music Education; Concert 

Band (5); Football Marching Band (5); Louisiana State University; North Texas State 
College 



WUTZKE, STEVE ARTHUR PLANO; B.S. in Engineering; DELTA PHI; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma 

Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Football Marching Band (1); First Regimental 
Band (1); Capt., Army ROTC (3,4); Phalanx (3,4); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Honors Day (1, 
2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

WYANT, MARTIN NELSON CHICAGO; B.S. in Journalism; SHAWNEE; Sigma Delta Chi; 

Navy Pier Alumni Association; Pier lllini (1, 2, 3), Editor-in-chief (3); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

YARROW, JAMES ABBOTT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S.; CAMPUS VIEW LODGE; Alpha Phi 

Omega; Omega Beta Pi; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; 
Pier lllini (2, 3); German Club; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 

YAZARIAN, SANDRA MARIE ONARGA; B.S. in Home Economics Education; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Home 
Economics Club; Honors Day (1, 2) 

YINGLING, EUGENE LEON CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; 

Concert Band (1, 2); Millikin University 

YOSHIDA, TETSUN PETER CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; Drake University; Trinity College; 

Wheaton College 



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YOUNG, JOHN ELMER SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Accountancy; ZETA PSI; Accountancy CI 

Honors Day (3) 

YOUNG, ROBERT ALAN WOODSTOCK; B.S, in Management; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Fresh 

man Varsity Baseball Squad; Society for the AcJvancement of Management; Honors 
Day (2) 

YOUNGKIN, DONALD LEE NEWTON, IOWA; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agri- 
cultural Council (3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2) 



YOUNGLOVE, CAROLYN KAY MENDOTA; B.S. in L.A.S.; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; Psi Chi; 

University Chorus (1) 

ZABRISKIE, NOEL BIRELY PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Management; KAPPA SIGMA; Football 

Marching Band (2, 3); First Regimental Band (2, 3); Carthage College 

ZACHGO, ROLLAND EDMUNDS LA HOGUE; B.S. in Agriculture; Agricultural Education 

Club; A.S.A.E. 



ZALESKY, DONALD CHARLES PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PHI SIGMA I 

KAPPA; First Lieut., Army ROTC (3, 4) Ij 

ZALESKY, VIRGINIA BAUMAN DES PLAINES; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

GAMMA DELTA; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Campus 
Chest (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (2) 

ZAMCO, MILAN ALFRED CHICAGO; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; Chicago 

Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



ZANDER, JOAN CLAIRE CHICAGO; B.A. in the Teaching of English; MCKINLEY HALL; 

House President (3); Honors Day (2); Mundelein College 

ZAROSKI, ROLAND CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI KAPPA SIGMA 

ZARTMAN, CHARLES ROBERT WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA; B.S. in Engineering Physics 

ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; Star and Scroll; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau, President (3, 4), 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; The lllio (1); lllini Union Committee (1, 2) 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (I, 2); House President (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key 



ZEMKE, ERWIN ALBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; 

Flying Club; lllini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Illinois Institute of Technology; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ZENZEN, NICK EARL CHICAGO; B.A. in L.A.S.; Navy Pier Alumni Association; German 

Club; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ZILGAIVIS, ANSIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A.l.E.E.-I.R.E.; Palm Beach 

Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



ZIMMER, MICHAEL GEORGE ELGIN; B.S. in Economics; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; lllini 

Insurance Society; Beloit College 

ZIMMER, ROBERT ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 

ZIMMERMAN, PHILIP DAVID EFFINGHAM; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; EL PATIO- 

Keramos; House President (4); A.C.S. 



ZINK, THOMAS OLIVER PARIS; B.S. in Accountancy; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3, 4); 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4); Y.M.C.A Committee (2, 3, 4); Accountancy Club; Honors 
Day (3) 

ZIPAY, MARCIA KATHRYN ROCKFORD; B.A. in L.A.S.; VANLIG; lllini Union Committee 

(1); University Theatre Crew (2); French Club; Hawaii Club 

ZOLLA, VIRGINIA ROSE JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN HALL; Joliet Junior 

College 



ZOLLER, RAMON MATHEW RIVERDALE; B.S. in Chemistry; Thornton Junior College 

ZUKERMAN, JUDITH CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; Concert Band (1, 3); First Regi- 
mental Band (2, 3); University Orchestra (1, 2); University Chorus (3, 4) 

COSNOW, MARVIN ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Veterinary Medicine; TAFT HOUSE; Omega 

Tau Sigma; Concert Band (I, 2); American Veterinary Medical Association; German 
Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Sludent Veterinary Medical Association; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; Honors Day (1, 2) 



LANG, CAROL MAX WESTFIELD; B.S. in Veterinary Medicine; GARNER HOUSE; Omega 

Tau Sigma; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Asso- 
ciation; Bob Jones University 

OLIN, FRED HARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; Second 

Regimental Band (2, 3); American Veterinary Medical Association; Gamma Delta; Slu- 
dent Veterinary Medical Association; WPG'J i2 3, 4); Wright Junior College 

REHN, JOHN WAYNE OSCO; B.S. in Veterinary Medicine; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Alpha 

Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); American Veterinary Medical Association; Hoof and 
Horn Club; Studrnt Veterinary Medical Association; Honors Day (2) 

THOMSON, LESTER GARLAND ADAIR; B.S. in Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

American Veterinary Medical Association; Sludent Veterinary Medical Association; 
Western Illinois State University 

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VETERINARY MEDICINE SENIORS 



BENNETT, DALE MILTON SILVIS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; American Veterinary 

Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association; Moline Community 
College 

BENNETT, DWIGHT GRANVILLE JR CHAMPAIGN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; BETA 

THETA PI; Phi Eta Sigma (1); American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Vet- 
erinary Medical Association 

BLAKELY, ROBERT STEVENS TAMAROA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary AAedical Association; 
Southern Illinois University 



BLUER, MARION DAVID BLUE MOUND; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; American Veter- 
inary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association 

BRITZ, WILLIAM EDWARD JR SPRINGFIELD; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; FARM- 
HOUSE; Omega Tau Sigma; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veter- 
inary Medical Association; Honors Day (3) 

CALHOUN, GLEN DAVID FARMER CITY; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Alpha Zeta; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary 
Medical Association; Purdue University 



CASE, MARVIN THEODORE MANHATTAN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; American Vet 

erinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association; Joliet Junioi 
College 

DEWEY, MELVIN GEORGE MACKINAW; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; SIGMA NU; 

Committee on Student Discipline; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student 
Veterinary Medical Association, President (4) 

ENGSTROM, MAYNARD OSCAR ORION; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Veter- 
inary Medical Association 



KLECKLER, JERALD WAYNE McCONNELL; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau 

Sigma; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Associa- 
tion 

LITZ, ROGER ANTHONY CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Honors Day (1, 2) 

MACK, ROBERT MARVIN GALESBURG; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; PHI GAMMA 

DELTA; Student Veterinary Medical Association; Knox College; University of Colorado 



MEINER, HAROLD GLEN CARLOCK; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association 

MEll, BERYL DAVID CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

NOYES, JACK D URBANA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; PHI GAMMA DELTA; American 

Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association; Purdue Uni- 
versity 



PRICE, ROBERT ALLEN BELLEVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; SIGMA CHI; Omega 

Tau Sigma; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical 
Association; Colorado State University 

SCHAMPER, DANIEL WILLIAM CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau 

Sigma; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Associ- 
ation 

SCHNEPPER, RUSSELL LEE OLNEY; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; American Veterinary 

Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association 



SCOTT, JAMES VICTOR CHRISMAN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Gamma Sigma Delta; 

Phi Zeta; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Asso 
elation; Millikin University; Columbia University; City College of New York 

SINGLETARY, DONALD LEE JOLIET; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; SON'S HOME; Omega 

Tau Sigma; American Veterinary Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical 
Association; Joliet Junior College 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT GENE MARSHALL; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; FARMHOUSE; Phi 

Zeta; American Veterinary Medical Association; Football Marching Band (1, 2); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2); Student Veterinary Medical Association, President (4); Honors 
Day (4) 

YOUNG, ROBERT JUSTIN BENTON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

American Vetermary Medical Association; Student Vetermary Medical Association; 
Southern Illinois University 

ZAND, PHILIP CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; American 

Veterinary Medical Association; Praetorians; Student Veterinary Medical Association 

ZEHR, WESLEY JAY CHAMPAIGN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; American Veterinary 

Medical Association; Student Veterinary Medical Association 



533 





534 





CHICAGO 

PROFESSIONAL 

COLLEGES 



535 



Chicago Professional Colleges 




Herbert E. Longenecker, Vice President of the University of Illinois 



Tlic University ol Illinois' Chicago Protest 
sional Colleges are situated al liie heart oi 
I he great Medical (k-nler District in Chicago's 
near west side. Here the Colleges ol Dentistry, 
Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy, divisions 
ol the (iiadnate College and the School ol 
Social Work, and the Curriculnm in Occupa- 
tional llierapy oHer the finest of opportuni- 
ties to young people ol Illinois lor an educa- 
tion in one ot the health professions. 

From this vast center of education, lesearch, 
and ]nd)lic service Universit\ of Illinois gradu- 
ates find their way into every county of Illinois 
and into practically every conmiunity. In addi- 
tion, many graduates move into positions ol 
prominence in regional and national activi- 
ties outside the state. These graduates form 
an important segment of the total national 
cilort to maintain and improve the health of 
the citizens of this state and the nation. 

rinoughoul the Professional C^olleges there 
is at preseiU a vigorous re-examination of the 
lole and function of each educational unit 
and of the potentiality of even greater service 
to the people of Illinois and the nation. 
Searching self-examinations have pointed up 
clearly the need for additional construction 
amouiuing to more than $30, ()()(), 000 during 
the next ten years to keep pace with the steady 
advances being made in each of the health 
professions. We approach the challenge of 
these tasks with vigor, enthusiasm, and con- 
fidence in tlie futme. 

Herbert E. LoiiQ-riiecker 



The Crossroads of 

the Chicago Pro- 
fessional Campus. 



536 






Donald J. Caseley, medical 
director of Research and 
Educational Hospitals and 
associate dean of the Col- 
lege of Medicine 



Franklin C. Dalla, director 
of housing and the Chicago 
lllini Union 



Administrative 
Officials 




^U 




Maurice J. Galbraith, dean 
of student affairs 



Hooker Goodwin, director of 
Illustration Studios 




Howard A. Hazelton, busi 
ncss manager 



Margaret D. Johnson, food 
service manager 



Harry G. Higgins, adminis- 
trator of the Research and 
Educational Hospitals 




George F. McGregor, asso- 
ciate director of non-aca- 
demic personnel 




George R. Moon, examiner 
and recorder 



Harry W. Pearce, superin- 
tendent of buildings and 
grounds 



Wilma Troxel, librariar 



John W. Worthington, man- 
ager of public information 



537 




College of Pharmacy 



This year the .students in the College of Pharmacy 
are holding tlieir heads a little higlier heeause it is 
the college's tenlennial \ear. In 1859 the College 
ol Pharmaey was lounded in the building at (>lark 
and \Vashington streets, and duiing the past ten 
decades has mushroomed to the newest building 
on the Professional Campus, l-ai too many fail to 
rcali/e thai the (College and the iMolession have 
been responsible for many of the milestones of 
medical ])rogress. The curriculum likewise has 
kejn pace with the growing demands in pharmaceu- 
tic al education. The pharmacy cinriculum is now 
a four year ])rogram. In I9(i0 the curriculum will 
be extended to five years. 

Throughout his college education the pharmacist 
is well versed in the scientific, administrative and 
economic phases of his profession. Upon gradua- 
tion he has the opjiortunity to go intc:) manufactur- 
ing, research, or retail pharmacy. Undoubtedly, the 
second century of pharmaceutical education at the 
(Jollege of Pharmacy will enhance these fields as 
it has done in the past. 



Dean George L. Webster 



East unit of the Dentistry-Medicine-Pharm- 
acy Building which is occupied by the Col- 
lege of Pharmacy 



538 




Celebrates One Hundredth Year of Education 




Although the j)r()lessif)n ol Pharmacy offers a 
wide latitude ol fields to its graduates, some men do 
not enter the practicing prolession but choose to 
remain with the College in one ol the departments 
— Chemistry Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy, 
Pharmacy, or Physics. These graduate members 
work towards their master's degree by conducting 
a research project and by instructing the under- 
graduates in the respective departments. They per- 
form a vital function as laboratory assistants and 
instructors, for more than once they help the stu- 
dent in some difficult concept of the course. The 
graduate member ol the College is not only the 
right-hand of the professor, but a tremendous help 
to the student. 



Graduate Laboratory 



Every hour the escalators of the E-DMP building along 
the five stories are crowded with students heading for 
labs, lectures, and classes. 



539 




Chicago Was Gateway To The West With 



The College of Pharmacy of the University ol Illinois 
entered its one hundredth year of education in Pharnuuy 
on November 7, 1958. It survived the transieiue and 
calainities of the teeming, frontier city of Clhicago to 
become a college of the University of the late nineteenth 
century, and now is ranked among the Colleges of Phar- 
macy in the nation. The development of the College into 
the statiu'e it enjoys today was not without dilhcuh 
periods nor is it abo\e su( h no\\'. Rut good ioitune and 
many friends witliin the profession and men of staiuKhly 
set goals have made the College what it is today. 

In the mid-nineteenth (entury, Chicago was the end 
of the line for steamers on the Great Lakes. The city had 
a popidation of 80, ()()(). a ))art of which was still Indian. 
It bustled with the industry it enjoyed as a gateway to 
ihe \\^est. Trains — wagon trains, that is — departed every 
day in all directions, especially along the Galena Road 
to the Mississippi. Against this ba<kgroiuid the CioUege 
was aml)itiously conceived. 

On the twenty-sixth of February, 18.59, Franklin .S<am 
mon, E. O. Gale, George Buck, Dr. Fredrick Mahla, Dr. 
John H. Ranch, James D. Paine, .S. S. Bliss, F. \. Bryan. 
George Brech, Thomas B. Penton, L. F. Humeston, and 
Thomas \V. P. Merereau gathered to sign the articles of 
incorporation of the Chicago C^ollege ol Pharmacy. Din- 
ing a period when Chicago was considered too pro\'inc iai 



to support the newly foiuided college, these Chicago 
pharniac ists were obviously men ol foresight and enthusi- 
asm to promote a project of such consecjuence. The 
newly established College of Pharmacy stood as the 
lointh of its kind in the nation. Nevertheless, on the fifth 
of September in the same year, in the rooms of Bryan, 
Bell, and Stratton's Commercial College, the Chicago Col- 
lege of Pharmacy was organized and ap|)ointed its faculty, 
liie professor ol Chenn"str\ ol Rush Medical (College, Dr. 
James V. Z. Baney, Dr. John H. Rauc h, and Dr. Franklin 
Scammon. a pioneer druggist and famous botanist, were 
the College's first iaculty members. On November 7, 
18.59, Dr. Ranch delivered the first lecture. 

From the very beginning o\ the College, it was plagued 
with the problem of no permanent quarters. At first, 
lectures in pharmacy and materia medica were given in 
rented rooms at Clark and Washington Streets, while 
chemistry lectines were presented at Rush Medical 
(College. The lectures were at night since the students 
worked as apprentices by clay in the pharmacies of the 
city. The night classes posed special hardships for stu- 
dents and profe.s.sors alike since public transportation 
ceased at du.sk, and they went home as best they could, 
often by foot. Dining the first year the College graduated 
Thomas Whitfield «nd Henry Tomboeken with Certifi- 
cates of Ciraduate Pharmacist. 




Chicago College of Pharmacy 
Michigan and Van Buren Streets 



540 



80.000 Population When College Got Its Start 



During the next fifteen years, the College floundered, 
primarily iiecaiise of lack of quarters and two calamities 
of the times. The financial panic of 1859-60 interrupted 
the sessions for a year. With the commencement of the 
Cavil War, the teaching program was seriously curtailed, 
and in the subsequent years, only a few lectines were de- 
livered. In 18()7, E. H. Sargent, whose name still is 
prominent in Chicago business, reorganized the College 
antl was made President. Space lor classrooms was offered 
by the Rush Medical College. However, the Medical 
College asked in return for the use of the library and 
drug specimens previously accumulated by the Pharmacy 
College. While Rush was using the library and speci- 
mens, the faculty of the Pharmacy College chose tci re- 
main in rented rcxjms on Dearborn street, obviously not 
desiring to become involved in the administration o{ the 
Medical College. 

Mr. Sargent in 1871 urged and established a second 
year course which was a reiteration of the first. Plans to 
raise a building for the College -vvere also before the fac- 
ulty. The Great Chicago Fire, however, l:)urned any 
hopes of such a building along with the physical prop- 
erty of the College — the library, sj^ecimen collection, and 
apparatus. Instruction was halted only temporarily, for 
through the pages of its official publication, "Pharmacist," 
the Chicago College of Pharmacy appealed to its col- 
leagues for assistance. From all over the world, laboratory 
equipment, books, and money were sent. The phar- 



macists of Great Britain donated physics equipment 
and the nucleus of a new scientific library. The British 
spectrometers, generators, and hydraulic presses are still 
the property cjf the College today and are displayed as 
legacies of professional spirit in the past. In 1875, John 
Attfield presented a gift of several thousands of dollars. 
From this time the College progressed steadily. 

After reorganization in 1875, tfie College in 1876 leased 
two upper floors of the building at Jackson and Wabash 
streets. The College no^v had i)adly needed laboratory 
space for its elective courses. But inadequate space 
eventually forced the College to mcne again and, in 1890, 
the College was founded in a portion of the old Art In- 
stitute Building at Michigan Avenue and Van Buren. 
However, J. H. Clough offered to finance and construct 
a building for the College which obtained a ten year 
lease on the structure at State and Polk Streets. Labora- 
tory space was adequate and laboratory work was re- 
quired for the first time in the curricuhmi. 

Although the years of 1884 to 1886 were prosperous 
as no other time in the preceding years, controversies 
over faculty salaries, curriculum expansion, and affilia- 
tion with another university ruptured facidty bonds. 
Part o[ the facidty left the Chicagcj College of Pharmacy 
to organize a college at Northwestern University. Profes- 
sor F. M. Goodman was ajjpointed Dean of the Chicago 
College and was supported well by the Alumni Associa- 
tion loiuided in 1874. 



School of Pharmacy, Twelfth and Michigan 
Avenue, 1904-17 



541 




Webster Announces Pharmacy Will Expand 



During llie great Ci()luml)iaii Kxposiiion in IS'.IH. the 
College prepared a display, the register ol which was 
signed by many \isiting pharmacists, and it is a pioud 
rch( ol the College today. 

"Fhe move among the faculty, although loyal to ilic 
Chicago College, to afliliale with an existent uni\(isii\ 
was still evident. During a spec ial meeting ol the Hoard 
ol Trustees ol the University ol Illinois on the twenty- 
second ol April 189(). (iovernoi Aligeld moved that the 
|)r()positi()n that the Chicago College ol Pharmacy i)e 
tinned o\cT to the l'ni\eisit\ he accepted. The Board 
accepted the |)ic)p()sition and the College was named 
the School ol Phaiinac\. 

Soon alter affiliation with the l'ni\eisity, the School 
ol Pharmacy instituted an ,\cI\isor\ Hoaid of Piactising 
Phaimacists in order to continue to recei\e the counsel 
ol the profession. The School alscj continued its three- 
day-a-week, t^vo year course leading to the certificate 
of Ciraduale Pharmacist. However, it instituted a five- 
day-a-week. two year course lor the certilicale ol l*hai 
maceutical Chemist. 

Dean Goodman brought the School thiough many 
fundamental changes in its organi/ation. Duiing fiis 
administration, the School of Pharmacy mo\ed once 
again to a larger edifice at Twelfth and NFichigan 
avenues. Lectures on business topics were added U) the 
ciniictdum. The Dean saw dining his administration 



the Inst appio|)ri.ili()n beloic" the l.egislatme lor the 
School in 1!)07. Howevei, the Dean's administration did 
not see the School mo\ed to the West Side Medical Cen- 
ter beh)re his resignation in 1912. 

The Deanship passed to W. B. Day. .-Vlso joining the 
stall at this time was C. M. Snow, Professor in Pharmacy, 
whose name is still lemembered by himdreds of alumni. 

The School ol Pharmac\ \vas mo\ed to the Medical 
(Center in 1017 and occupied two adjacent buildings at 
Flournoy and Wood Streets. Another reason for moving 
\\as that the (College wished to include courses in manu- 
lactming i)harmacy. Ihe School was enlarged lurther 
in 1927 when what is now the Chicago lUini I'nion 
Building was erected. The building even now shows the 
svmbols of the profession in the stained glass windows. 

In l!)l() the program leading to the Pharmaceutical 
Chemist was lengthened to three years of study, and 
in 192.') the two year program for a certificate of (iraduate 
Pharmacist was abandoned. The jMesent four year pro- 
gram for a Bachelor ol Science Degree in Pharmacy was 
initiated in I9.'52. With a fcjur year j>rogram, the School 
attained a lull college status and was named the C-ollege 
of Pharmacv ol the University of Iftinois. 

Dean Day diect in f9.H8 after twenty-six years as Dean. 
He had Ijrought the Cc^flege to its full status during a 
lime of business depression. The late Dean E. R. Series 
accepted the responsibility as Dean in 1910. 




School of Pharmacy 
Wood and Flournoy 
1917-1927 



542 



To Five Year Program In 1960-61 Session 



During the interim before the College of Pharmacy 
was relocated in its present building, the College shared 
the Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy Building with Medi- 
cine and Dentistry. Space was at a premium while the 
three colleges shared the same building. The Medical 
Center was expanding rapidly; to meet the growing 
needs, and undoubtedly urged by the late Dean Series, 
the East DMP Building was erected across Wood Street 
from its sister building. The College of Pharmacy has 
occupied the building since 1954. 

Dean Series was Dean but three years after the comple- 
tion of the building, for he died on March 13, 1957. 

Dr. George L. Webster was appointed and announced 
Dean of the College on January 1, 1958. Dean Webster 
IS familiar with its administration, having been with the 
chemistry department since 1947. He has announced a 
five year program beginning with the 1960-61 session and 
loresees in several more years the necessity of a six year 
l^rogram leading to a doctorate in Pharmacy. He is fa- 
miliar with the curriculum needs of the pharmacist, hav- 
ing published a book cooperatively on pharmacy curric- 
uhmi in 1952. 

The College of Pharmacy enjoys a prominent place in 
the profession and lends more to society than instruction 
in the arts of the profession alone. Instruction ostensibly 
is one of its primary fvmctions, but research is also of 
tantamount importance. 



Investigation into the many fields involved directly or 
incidently with the health professions is conducted in 
the College laboratories. Dr. Bernard Greenberg is con- 
ducting extensive investigation of the fly, and its relation- 
ship to many of the enteric diseases. Although others 
have done much work with the fly, he has done some im- 
portant cjuantitative work and has found it aseptic upon 
emergence after metamorphosis. In the Chemistry De- 
partment, Dr. J. E. Gearien and Mr. Ered Turner arc 
working on the synthesis of the analogs of reserpine. The 
drug is an important one used in cases of hypertension. 
Its analogs may prove just as important. 

Indirectly related to Pharmacy but of the same import- 
ance are the activities of some of the other members of 
the staff. Dr. Joseph has been investigating a geriatric 
problem, the aging of skin. During one of the prominent 
crimes involving kidnaping and nunder in Chicago last 
year, Prof. Paid Carpenter's skill and knowledge of vege- 
table microscopy was instrumental in establishing the 
time of death of the victim. 

The College has progressed through many periods and 
has developed steadily its attitudes on curricuhmi and its 
])()sition in and obligations towards the nation and |:)ar- 
ticularly Illinois. It is proud of its heritage during one 
hundred years of etiucation in Pharmacy, and the College 
of Pharmacy seeks to enrich the same and to elevate its 
position in the medical profession. 



College of Pharmacy 
1927-1940 



543 




COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 

Class Officers 




KARWACKI, ARTHUR EDMUND CHICAGO; Class President; Student Council; Phi Delta 

Chi; A. Ph. A., president; Pharmascope (3); University of Illinois 




WILBOIS, RONALD P CHICAGO; Class Vice President; Student Council; Delta Kappa 

Sigma; Rho Chi; Itlio Commlltee; Residence Hall Association; A. Ph. A. 

GARDELIA, LIBERA ANTHONY CHICAGO; Class Treasurer; Lmbda Kappa Sigma; Rho 

Chi; mini Union Social Commiitee; Interfraternity Council (3); A. Ph. A., Secretary (3) 

WASSMER, ELIZABETH L CHICAGO; Class Treasurer; Lambda Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; lllini 

Union Social Committee; Interfraternity Council (3); A. Ph. A., secretary (3) 

BUSHU, LARRY LEE ARCOLA; Student Council (2, 3, 4); Executive Student Council (3, 4); 

Class President (2); Class Secretary (1); Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; Interfraternity Council 
(3); lllini Union Social Committee (3,4); A. Ph. A., president (3, 4) 

GOLAB, FRANK JOSEPH CHICAGO; Studant Council; Class President (3); Phi Delta Chi 

MARCOTTE, GEORGE STANLEY LAKE ZURICH; Student Council; Executive Council; Phi 

Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

AMBROSE, DENNIS CARL CHICAGO; Kappa Psi 

ANDERSON, KEITH KENDON ELGIN; Kappa Psi; Interfraternity Council (2) 

BARONE, FRANK FRED CHICAGO; Class Treasurer (1); A.Ph.A., Executive Board (2) 

BERKE, EDWARD A CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

BUCK, HARVEY S CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Council (2) 

CARUSO, JOSEPH RICHARD . ... CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

CHOATE, EDWIN JAMES, JR CHICAGO; Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. 

DERRICK, DAVID WAYNE WHEATON; Phi Delta Chi 

DICKLER, PHILLIP A CHICAGO; A.Ph.A. 

DISHMAN, SANFORD C CHICAGO 

DRUCKER, ARTHUR MYRON CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

DUFF, RODEN ROBINSON CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi 



544 



DYJA, JOSEPH THADDEUS JR CHICAGO; A. Ph. A. 

ENGQUIST, BARRY HERBERT CHICAGO; Kappa Psi 

FARBER, HAROLD N CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 

FICK, BRUCE DUANE CARY; Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A.; Executive Board; S'udant 

Council (3); Interfraternity Council (3) 

FISCHER, lAWRFNCE J ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A., Treasurer (4); 

Student Council (3, 4) 

FLEMING, JAMES RICHARD GAYS; Phi Delta Chi 

FOGEL, JEROLD SHAPIN CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma; Class Vice President (1) 

GLADSON, TED ROBERT CHICAGO; Kappa Psi 

GLESSNER, RAYMOND HUGHES AURORA; A.Ph.A. 

GRADY, LEE TIMOTHY CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi; Phi Kappa Phi; Rho Chi; Student Council 

0) 

GRANT, NATHANIEL CHICAGO 

GUNZEL, ELWIN F MELROSE PARK; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Elmhurst College 

GUSICH, PETER S. JR CHICAGO; A.Ph.A. 

HARWOOD, THOMAS F ELGIN; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Class President (I); Class Secretary 

(3); Interfraternity Council; Student Council (1, 2) 

HILL, JACK EARL CARMI; Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; Class Vice President (3); Executive Stu- 
dent Council (3); Student Council (I, 2, 3) 

VON HOFMANN, LORENZ MARTIN CHICAGO; A.Ph.A., Executive Board 

HULA, THERESE IRENE CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.; Nev^man Club (1, 2, 3, 

4); Senior Social Committee 

JOHNSON, WELDON A LAGRANGE PARK; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

KALOM, MILLER H LINCOLNWOOD 

KELLY, RICHARD THOMAS RANTOUL; A.Ph.A.; Newsman Club (3, 4) 

KOBRIN, HARVEY SOLEMAN CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

KORNAUS, MARY ANN CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

KRAHL, CAROL ANN CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A; Class Secretary (2); 

Pharmascope; Residence Hall Association 

KRITZMAN, JOSEPH A CHICAGO; A.Ph.A.; Executive Board (3, 4); lllio Committee; Wilson 

Junior College; University of Illinois 

KRUGEL, DAVID MATTHEW CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

KUBOTA, RYO HONOLULU, HAWAII; Phi Delta Chi; Class Treasurer (2) 

LICHTER, BURTON IRWIN CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

545 




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LULINSKI, SYLVESTER C CHICAGO 

♦ '. 

MAHER, CAROIANN M CICERO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.; Interfraternity Council 

(2); Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Senior Social Committee 

MARTINI, ROBERT HILLSIDE; B.S. 

MARTON, ALFRED FERENCZ CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

MATES], MARIE ANN LOCKPORT; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.; Illini Union Coflfee Hour 

_ Committee 

^Jl^^^^ J^ ^^^ MAZZUCA, ROBERT S CHICAGO; A.Ph.A. 

iii 

^^^^^ McLEOD, PATRICIA ANN CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; Class Treasurer (1); lllio Com- 

t J mitiee; Interfraternity Council; A.Ph.A., Secretary (4) 

f? ^ "^ '' MOSS, PHYLLIS LEE CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma 

'|, ^ ^ j - MOTYKA, WALTER ALBERT CHICAGO; A.Ph A. 

Hi 

^^^y NEDVEO, RONALD E CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

« - *«4(r- •■^ PARKER, RICHARD KEITH NEW HAVEN; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

-ifc — ' r PERLMAN, GERALD NORMAN CHICAGO; A.Ph.A; Delta Kappa Sigma 

PULS, JOAN KANKAKEE; A.Ph.A. 

RAIMAN, HAROLD G CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; University of Illinois, Navy Pier 

<^|^ ROGERS, HAROLD EUGENE VILLA GROVE 

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iliH^ ^PiRB^ ROSEN, JOEL CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Council 

^((» _..f W ROSENTHAL, THEODORE CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

. ■^- RUS, KENNETH ANTON BERWYN; Kappa Psi; B.S. 

\ ^ 

RUSH, CLYDE C CARBONDALE; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

SCHACK, RALPH WARREN SKOKIE; Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. 

SCHULTZ, DONALD P SPRINGFIELD; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 

^ a |p SCHULTZ, JAMES DECATUR 

* > SEROWIECKI, DANIEL NORBERT CHICAGO; A.Ph.A. 

W ^^^^ ^ % -*- SHWACHMAN, BENJAMIN CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

^^^^t ^ '\ SIKORA JEANETTE CATHERINE CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.; University of 

M(tt^ «.' Illinois, Navy Pier 

' ^ SIROTA, ALBERT STANLEY KANKAKEE; Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. 

SMITH ARTHUR VERNON FREEPORT; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Class Treasurer (3); Student 

fc, .< _ ' Council (I, 2) 





TURK, HOWARD S CHICAGO; Phi Delta Chi 

VALVODA, ROSALIE MARIE CHICAGO; Lambda Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 

VARIAKOJIS, REGINA JUSKEVICIUS CICERO; Lambda Kappa Sigma 

WATSON, HENRY CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma; Student Council (1) 

WEINER, ELEANOR ALLEN CHICAGO; Alpha Lambda Delta; A.Ph.A. 

WEINER, SHELDON SAUL CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

WELSH, THOMAS LAURENCE CHICAGO; Class President (1); Student Council (1, 2); Pharma- 

scope (3, 4); A.Ph.A. 

WHITCOMB, EDWARD A ELGIN; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A, 

ZFANEY, HAROLD CHICAGO; Delta Kappa Sigma 

ZUGSCHWERDT, DON C MOUNT CARROLL; B.S.; University of Illinois 

ZURAITIS, CHARLES ANTHONY WORTH; Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Newman Club 




ikifii 



NOT PICTURED 
THADDEUS J. DYBAS 
WARREN V. KARLSEN 
JOSEPH D. KRAMER 
RICHARD G. KRYWOKULSKI 
ARTHUR R. MANSON 
FRANK A. MAZZUCA 
PAUL J. MEEHAN 
SHELDON MINSKY 
LAWRENCE W. SOBLE 
DONALD E THURSTON 
GEORGE WALLACE, JR. 



547 




Top row: Alvin G,.v.b_f3, Them u Vnelio, Edward Jung, Dae Da. is, Frank Muno, Dona'd Baugher, David Hoch, Donald AAcCann, Charles PG.rick 

Fourth row: Anihony S^rio, Edmund Laski, Erwin Feldman, George Karraker, Rob,rt Know, Adrian Finerman, Daniel Diver, James Brne, Willard Genz, Phillip 
Gordon 

Third row: Raul Romanazzi, Edwin Malczynski, Donald Kalter, Edward Fojtik, Kenneth Behrens, Marshall Olsen, Frank Jeras, Robert Anderson, Melvyn Dolin, 
Arnold Einbinder 

Second row: Rosemarie Wilkas, Richard Carpenter, Mitchell Weingart, Jack Sabin, Ronald Seeley, Martin Mochel, Thomas Cecola, Roy Roselund, George McAloon, 
Jerry Koenigsnark, John McAloon 

Bottom row: Carol Davis, Vivian Kardash, Betty McDermott, Dr. Donald Martin, class adviser; Frances Patka, secretary; Carl Anderson, president; James Pickens, 
vice president; Eugene Gualandri, treasurer; Dianne Patka, Ruth Lidecka 

Not in panel: Dona!d Abels, Michael Assim, Muriel Bagge, Russell Ball, Richard Beck, Melvin Bower, Michael Cannata, Ira Chasen, William Christopher, Joseph 
Cipriano, Richard Cipriano, David Cooper, Irwin Dorfman, Michael Ellman, James Endier, Ronald Foreman, Walter Frank, John Frost, Kenneth Gathercoal, 
Lee Goal, John Hegarty, Arnold Horwirz, Zenon Huk, Aaron Kagann, Kenneth Karasek, Edward Kolberg, Kenneth Kot, David Leibold, Morton Lerman, 
Lawrence Mannering, Bernard Maram, Jack Mark, Muriel Matthei, Robert Morgenthaler, William Newman, John O'Donnell, Theodore Patka, Frank Petran- 
costa, John Pinderski, Paul Pinta, Marlene Pruss, Joseph Scheindel, Raymond Schumacher, Louis Sotonoff, Nate Spunt, Alfred Weiner 



Pharmacy Juniors 
Pharmacy Sophomores 



Top row: Robert Rakitan, Dennis Barry, Victor Smolen, Barrett Moravec, Richard Budny, Alan Caswell, Richard Bonaldi, Charles Rothschild, William Mann, Richard 
Mathis, Leonard Mustari, James Sauder 

Third row: Barbara Dudek, Robert Wiacek, Darryl Jelinek, James Novak, Keith Karnstedt, Laddie Kosmal, Michael Fruchter, Allen Edrinn, Erwin Gadzinski, Dr. 
Conrad Blomquist, class adviser; Ronald Adakiewicz, Waltraud Lukas 

Second row: Jeanine Weideman, Barbara Probeck, Barbara Higgins, Russel Lange, Norman Kocourek, Ronald Jeanblanc, Carl Chatfield, Robert Nelson, David Tobin, 
Joseph Mladinov, Marilyn Zaworski, Virginia Morrison 

Bottom row: Virginia Taylor, Mary Ann Tyska, Gene Bernardoni, student council representative; Michael Schwartz, treasurer; William Wood, president; Howard 
Michaels, vice president; Ruthmarie Ambrosia, secretary; Dale Foster, stud